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AUBURN 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 




1999 
TOWN REPORT 



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Toivn Of 
Auburn 



2000 Town Warrant & Budgets 
1999 Annual Town Reports 



Auburn 
Village School 

2000-2001 School Warrants & Budgets 
1998-1999 Annual School Reports 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page No. 



Page No. 



Auditor's Report 


53 


Police Department Report 


94 


Births 


104 


Recreation Commission 


88 


Budget 


16 


Safety Complex Statement 


46 


Building Inspector's Report 


102 


Selectmen's Report 


3 


Cemetery Reports 


85 


Southern NH Planning 


103 


Comparative Statement 


24 


Tax Collector's Report 


47 


Deaths 


107 


Town Clerk's Report 


15 


Employee Wages 


35 


Town Meeting 


25 


Griffin Library Report 


82 


Town Officer's Listing 


1 


Health Officer Report 


87 


Treasurer's Report 


45 


Highway Safety Committee 


98 


Trust Fund Report 


50 


Marriages 


106 


Volunteer Fire Department 


100 


Payments, Statement of 


37 


Warrant 


4 


Planning Board Report 


92 


Zoning Board of Adjustment 


90 


School Portion 






Auditor's Report 


63 


School Board Dist. Meeting 


58 


Budget 


65 


School Board Officer's 


55 


Chairman's Report 


62 


Staff Listing 


71 


Detail of Payments 


74 


Staff Profile 


73 


Enrollment 


80 


Staff Salaries 


72 


Graduates 


88 


Superintendent's Report 


70 


Lunch Program 


80 


Warrant 


56 


Nurse's Report 


73 






Principal's Report 


60 







Last 2 pages Available for Notes 



Important Information 



Now Available For Purchase At 
Selectmen's Office 



TO REPORT A FIRE 
DIAL 911 



Sub-Division Regulations 
Site-Plan Regulations 
Zoning Ordinances 
Town History 
Tax Maps-complete set 

1 page 
Reduced Set of Tax Maps 
Map Index 
Street Index 
Checklist - nonresident 

resident 
Rifle Range Study 
Master Plan 



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Auburn Police Department 



Emergency 
Business 
Fax Number 
Non - Emergency 



911 
483-2134 
483-2013 
483-2922 



The non-emergency number can be called after 4:00 
p.m. Monday through Friday and on weekends. This 
number is manned on a 24-hour basis, seven days per 
week. After business hours Rockingham County 
Sheriffs Office takes the emergency line. 

Snow Disposal Ordinance 

Any person found shoveling snow into a town road or 
plowing snow across the road, so as to impede normal 
plowing operations, will be subject to a penalty not to 
exceed $25.00 each offense. 

Emergency Phone Numbers 



Auburn Police 
State Police 
Fire Department 

Ambulance 
Poison Control 



911 

1-800-525-5555 

Emergency 911 

Non-Emergency 483-8141 

911 
1-800-562-8236 



Antidote information is provided in cases of accidental 
poisoning or drug abuse. 



Burning Regulations 

The State of New Hampshire requires that written 
permits be obtained for all open fires at all times when 
the ground is not snow covered. 

Permits may be obtained from the Auburn Fire 
Department for grass, brush, campfires, etc. Permits 
must be obtained on the day burning is to be 
accomplished. Bum when there is no wind, on rainy 
days, in a safe place and in accordance with the term of 
the permit. Bum before 9:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m. 
Keep some buckets of water close by; if wind develops, 
promptly extinguish the fire. All fires must be 
extinguished before you depart the scene. 



Parking During Snow Storms 

A. From November 2 to April 1 of each year no person 
shall park any motor vehicle on any public highway 
between the hours of 1 1:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. or at 
any time in such manner as to impede snow removal 
operations. 

B. Any vehicle parking in violation of Section A hereof 
may be towed by the road agent, the chief of police 

or their agents or by independent contractors engaged 
by the road agent or the chief of police; any vehicles so 
towed shall be stored and released to the owner only 
upon payment of the cost of towing and storage by 
the owner. 

C. Any person violating Section A hereof shall be 
subject to a penalty not to exceed twenty-five 
($25.00) dollars for each offense. 

Dog Ordinance 

A. RESTRAINT: All dogs shall be restrained from 
running at large within the limits of the town, except 
when they are on the owner's or keeper's property or 
being used for hunting or training purposes. 

B. PENALTY: Any person or persons, firm or 
corporation violating any provisions of this ordinance 
shall, upon conviction, be fined not more than fifteen 
($25.00) dollars for each offense. 



BACK COVER: By Emilie Lavoie 



Community Information 



Selectmen's Office 

Board meets Monday night at 7:00 p.m. Office: Monday and 
Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p m.; Tuesday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 
12:00 noon; Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For information or 
appomtment with the Board call 483-5052. Columbine S. Cleaves, 
Office Manager( Retired); Wendy Reed, Budget And Finance 
Coordinator; Dale W. Phillips, Assessing 

Town Clerk and Tax Collector 

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 
Monday 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. 
Nancy H. Gagnon, Town Clerk; Mary F. Griffin and Joanne 
Linxweiler, Deputy Town Clerks. Eva L. Lunnie, Tax Collector; 
Yvonne Crocker, Michael Zorawowicz, Deputy Tax Collectors. 
Phone 483-2281. 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon; Friday 8:00 a.m. to 
10:00 a.m. at the Town Hall. Field Inspections: Tuesday and 
Thursday, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. David Jore. 483-0516. 

Budget Committee 

On demand in the Town Hall, Bertrand Ouellerte, Chairman; Lewis 
Theos, Vice Chairman; Claudette Morency, Secretary. 

Conservation Commission 

Third Wednesday of the month in the Town Hail. Paul Raiche, 
Chairman. 

Highway Safety Committee 

Third Wednesday of the month (except July and August) 7:30 p m. 
in the Town Hall. David Flight, Chairman; Y\onne Crocker, 
Secretary. 

Planning Board 

Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall. Formal meeting - Second 
Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Russell Sullivan, Chairman; 
Carrie Rouleau-Cote, Secretary. 

Police Commission 

First Tuesday of the month in the Town Hall - 7:00 p.m. Mark 
Gosselin, Chairman; Jackie Daoust, Secretary. 

Recreation Commission 

First Wednesday of the month, 7:00 p.m. m the Town Hall. Linda 
Breault, Chairman; Yvonne Crocker, Secretary. 

Solid Waste Commission 

Second Tuesday of the month in the Town Hall - 7:30 p.m. Charles 
Kellett, Chairman, Claudette Morency, Secretary. 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 

Meet on demand in the Town Hall the fourth Tuesday of the month. 
Mark Wright, Chairman, Yvonne Crocker, Secretary. 

Auburn Police Department 

Edward Picard, Chief Dona Davis, Bookkeeper; Michele Dowse, 
Secretary/Dispatcher Non-emergency number 4S3-2 134. 

Auburn Fire Dept./Fireman's Association 

First Monday of the month in Central Station at 7:00 p.m. Bruce 
Phillips, Chief Non-emergency number 4S3-S236. 

Auburn Volunteer Rescue Squad 

First Tuesday after fire meeting each month in Central Station 
at 7:00 p.m. 



Auburn Village School 

Pamela Shepard, Principal; Diane CoCo, Secretary For information 
call 483-2769. 

Auburn School Board 

Second Tuesday of the month in the School Library; 730 p.m. unless 
otherwise posted. 

Auburn Village School PTA 

Second Monday of the month in the School Cafeteria: 7:00 - 9:00 
p.m. 

Auburn Post Office 

Monday - Friday: Window: 7:30 a.m. to 1 1:30 a.m.. and 1,00 p.m. 
to 5:00 p.m.; Lobby: 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday Window 8:00 
a.m. to 12:00 noon. Lobby: 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Maureen 
Mclnnis, Postmaster. Phone 483-2007. 

Massabesic Senior Citizens of Auburn 

Theo Therrien, President; Florence Banks, Vice-President; Secretary, 
George Gosselin; Betty Hale, Treasurer. The Seniors meet every 
Thursday in the Town Hall at 1 :00 p.m. The Visiting Nurse visits 
the first Thursday of every month. 

Historical Association 

Meetings posted and held in the Town Hall. Don Dollard, President; 
Mary Gnffin, Secretary. Second Friday: February, April, May, 
September, October and November. 

Griffin Free Public Library 

Edie Cummings, Libraiian 
Sunday & Monday Closed 

Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Wednesday 12:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 

Thursday 12:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 

Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

Storytime: Tuesday 10:30 a.m. -11:15 a.m. 

Thursday 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. 
Lions 

Second and fourth Tuesday of the month downstairs in the Town 
Hall at 7:00 p.m. John Roy, President; Laurel Stacy, Secretary. 

Cub Scouts 

Pack meeting, one Friday each month in the school gym at 7:00 p.m. 

Boy Scouts 

Every Tuesday in the Longmeadow Congregational Church at 6:30 
p.m. 

Girl Scouts 

Troops meet in the school. Susan Tarry, Service Unit Manager. 
4-H - Meet weekly in homes. 

Churches 

Fair Haven Baptist Church, services. Sunday. 
Longmeadow Congregational Church. ser\ ices Sunday. 
St. Peter's Catholic Church, Saturday & Sunday Masses. 

Voter Registration Information To register to vote, fill 

out an application at the Town Clerk's office or contact one of the 
Supervisors listed. Super\isors of the Checklist: Patricia Allard, 
Dorothy Carpenter and Howard Burgess. 



TOWN OFFICERS 



SELECTMEN 

Albert Samson - 2000 
Gail Clark - 2001 
Harland Eaton - 2002 

MODERATOR 

C. Donald Stritch - 2000 



ASSISTANT MODERATOR 

Mitchell Henley 

TOWN CLERK 

Nancy H. Gagnon - 2002 

DEPUTY TOWN CLERKS 

Joanne T. Linxweiler 
Mary F. Griffin 

TAX COLLECTOR 

Eva L. Luniiie - 2002 

DEPUTY TAX COLLECTORS 

Yvonne Crocker 

Michael Zorawowicz (volunteer) 

Joseph Cleaves (volunteer) (Resigned) 

TREASURER 

Jayne Jackson - 2000 

DEPUTY TREASURER 

Judith Miller-Nesbitt 

HIGHWAY AGENT 

Joseph P. Stacy - 2000 

LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

Nancy J. Mayland - 2000 
Feria "Fay" Hanscomb - 2001 
David Gnffin - 2002 

CEMETERY TRUSTEES 

Auburn Village Cemetery 

Michael T. McCarthy - 2000 
Davids, Gnffm- 2001 
Walter Jamroz - 2002 
Longmeadow Cemetery 
Michael J. Zorawowicz - 2000 
C. Donald Stritch -2001 
Eva Lunnie - 2002 



TRUST FUND TRUSTEES 

Dorothy Carpenter - 2000 
Patricia Allard- 2001 
Howard Burgess - 2002 

SUPERVISORS OF THE 
CHECKLIST 

Margo Cox - 2000 
Susan Jenkins - 2002 
Patricia Allard - 2004 

AUDITORS 

Paul Keating - 2000 
Kimberly Crete - 2002 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Bertrand Ouellette, Chairman - 2002 
Lewis Theos - 2000 
Ellen Zorawowicz - 2000 
Mitchell Henley -2001 
Wallace Titcomb, Jr. - 2001 
F. Russell Sullivan - 2002 

POLICE COMMISSION 

Aldis J. Christie - 2000 
Mark Gosselin - 2001 
Hubert Topliff- 2002 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Full-Time 

Edward G. Picard, Chief 

Sgt. David Flight 

Det. Gary Bartis 

Ptl. Michael McGillen 

Ptl. Roland Collins 

Part-Time 

Ptl. Daniel Goonan 

Ptl. David Patten 

Ptl. Richard Langlois 

Ptl. Jerome Blanchard 

Ptl. Daniel Wade 

Ptl. Dona Davis 

Animal Control Officer 

Jarlene Comett 

VOLUNTEER CHIEF/FOREST 
FIRE WARDEN 

Bruce M. Phillips 

Dennis McCarthy, Deputy Chief 



DEPUTY FIRE WARDENS 

Dennis McCarthy 
Robert Selinga 
Ronald Geoffroy 
Peter Boudreau 
Scott Hoffacker 
Mark Myers 

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY 
MANAGEMENT/ LOCAL 
EMERGENCY PLANNING 

Bruce Phillips, Coordinator 

PLANNING BOARD 

Russell Sullivan, Chairman - 2002 

Brenda Sanborn, Vice Chairman -2001 

Peter Martin - 2000 

Paula Marzloff- 2000 

Joseph Leverone - 2000 (Resigned) 

Charles Worster- 2001 

Charles Therriault - 2002 

Gale Butler-Christensen, Alt ~ 2001 (Resigned) 

Carol Peterson, Alternate - 2002 

SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHRIE 
PLANNING COMMISSION 
REPRESENTATIVES 

Charles Worster 

Donald Marzloff, Alternate 

ZONING OFFICER/BUILDING 
INSPECTOR 

David Jore 

ZONING BOARD OF 
ADJUSTMENT 

Mark Wright, Chairman - 2001 
James Lagana - 2000 
Margaret Neveu - 2001 
Brenda Beer -2002 
Michael Logue - 2002 
John Kelleher - 2002 (Resigned) 
Daniel Carpenter, Alternate - 2000 
Curtis Northrup, Alternate - 2002 
Charles Worster , Alternate - 2002 
Alan Cote, Alternate - 2002 

AUBURN DEVELOPMENT 
AUTHORITY 

James Headd Carl Mayland 
Bruce Knox Emerson Heald 

Norman Milne James Lagana 
Michael DiPietro 



SOLID WASTE COMMISSION 

Charles Kellett, Chairman - 2002 
Alan Cote - 2000 
Daniel Carpenter - 2001 
Richard Vecchione - 2002 
Mark Granoff , Alternate - 2000 

RECREATION COMMISSION 

Linda Breault, Chairman - 2000 
Thomas Skeffington - 2000 
Stan Lewis - 2002 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Paul Raiche, Chairman - 2000 
Michael Richer -2001 
David Roux- 2001 
William Galvin- 2001 
Gary Philbin - 2002 

HEALTH OFFICER 

Leo Blais, Sr. 

Carrie Rouleau-Cote, Deputy 

HOG REEVE 

Robert Morency , Jr. 

BOSTON POST CANE HONOREE 

OraSeavey 1996- 1997 
Miner Preston 1997- 1999 
Marie Manchester 1 997 - 

REPRESENTATIVES TO 
GENERAL COURT 

C. Donald Stritch (Auburn) - District #5 
Rebecca C. Hutchinson (Auburn, Candia, 
Deerfield) - District #8 

SENATOR 

John A. King - District #18 

EXECUTIVE COUNCILOR 

Thomas P. Colantuono - District #4 

UNITED STATES CONGRESS 

(DISTRICT #1) 

REPRESENTATIVE 

John E. Sununu 

SENATOR 

Judd Gregg 



TOWN ENGINEER 

Dennis McCarthy 



TOWN OF AUBURN 



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To the Residents of Auburn 

Auburn continues to be a desirable community to live in, with a reasonable tax rate, a good 
school and a good quality of life. All of this is possible because of the many volunteers and the 
quality of employees in the Town of Auburn. We would like to give a special thanks to all of 
these people, including their spouses and significant others. We, the Board of Selectmen, 
consider ourselves mediocre conductors working with a world class orchestra. We are very proud 
to be serving with them and the citizens of the community. 

Our road reconstruction program continues to move forward. Bunker Hill Road was completed 
and Pingree Hill Road was reconstructed from Wilson Crossing to the Pingree Hill bridge, with 
the final coat of tar to be put on this year. The State of New Hampshire has accepted the 
Coleman Road Bridge. This is to be replaced under the Bridge Aid Program. Eaton Hill Road, 
from Hooksett Road to Raymond Road, is to be reconstructed to accommodate the Safety 
Complex building, which is scheduled to be erected in 2000. 

The Board of Selectmen have decided to place money aside to be able to stabilize the tax rate in 
future years. The Unexpended Fund balance on December 31, 1998 was $1,100,000.00 and it is 
estimated the balance on December 31, 1999 will be in the area of $1,500,000.00. Rather than 
raise dollars through taxation, increasing the tax rate, dollars could be removed from the fund 
with your approval, to help maintain a stable tax rate. 

It IS anticipated closure will take place on the sale of the Rifle Range property and construction is 
to begin on the Wellington Business Park. This will expand the tax base. 

We welcome all of our new residents and highly recommend that you examine the 1 999 Town 
Report, as it contains a wealth of information. As always, all of your suggestions are welcomed. 
Your time and talent as volunteers is what makes us proud to live in Auburn. This is the year to 
volunteer. Will you step forward? Thanks. 

Albert J. Samson, Chairman 

Gail Clark Harland Eaton 



PO Box 309 ♦ Auburn NH 03032-0309 

SELECTMEN: (603) 483-5052 ♦ TOWN CLERKn"AX COLLECTOR: (603)483-2281 

BUILDING/ZONING: (603)483-0516 ♦ PLANNING: (603) 483-0799 ♦ FAX: (603)483-0518 



TOWN WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of Town of Auburn, in the County of Rockingham in said State, 
quahfied to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the gymnasium in the Auburn Village School in 
Auburn New Hampshire on Tuesday, March 14, 2000, at 7 am. to act upon the following 
subjects: 

To bring your ballots for: 

FIRST: Selectman for three years 

Moderator for two year 

Treasurer for one year 

Highway Agent for three years 

Library Trustee for three years 

Cemetery Trustee for three years- 
Auburn Village Cemetery 

Cemetery Trustee for three years- 
Longmeadow Cemetery 

Trust Fund Trustee for three years 

Supervisor of the Checklist for six years 

Auditor for two years 

Police Commission for three years 

SECOND: Shall we modify the Elderly Exemption qualifications for Elderly Exemptions 
from property taxes in the Town of Auburn to provide that: 'To qualify a person must 
have been a New Hampshire resident for at least five years, own the real estate 
individually or jointly, or if the real estate is owned by such person 's spouse, they must 
have been married at least five years. In addition the taxpayer must have a net income of 
not more than $25,000.00 (increased from $20,000.00); or if married, a combined net 
income of less than $37,500.00 (increased from $30,000.00); and own net assets not in 
excess of $50,000.00 (increased from $35,000.00) excluding the value of the persons 
residence: (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee) 

THIRD: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following amendments to the existing 
Town Zoning Ordinance as proposed and recommended by the Auburn Planning Board 

1 . Amend Section 3.14 Watershed Protection Regulations, to clarify the standards for 
Watershed Protection, and to further clarify the standard for relief from the Wetland 
setback, to read as 
follows: 



3.14 Watershed Protection Regulations 

In the interest of public health, convenience, safety and welfare, the following 
regulations are intended to guide the use of watershed areas, to control building and 
land uses which would contribute to pollution of surface and ground water by sewage, 
to prevent the destruction of watershed areas which provide flood protection, recharge 
of ground water supply, and augmentation of stream flow during dry periods, to 
prevent unnecessary or excessive expenses to the Town, to provide and maintain 
essential services and utilities which arise because of inharmonious use of watershed 
areas, to prevent the destruction of habitats for plants, fish and wildlife of importance, 
and to encourage those uses that can be appropriately and safety located in this area. 

1 . Jurisdiction. The Planning Board shall exercise jurisdiction over this section 
in those matters which require Site Plan Review or Subdivision Approval, except 
with regard to an application under subsection 6 for relief within a seventy five 
(75) foot wetlands setback. The Zoning Board shall exercise jurisdiction over this 
section as it applies to all other lots. Any decision of the Planning Board granting 
relief from the one hundred twenty-five foot (125 foot) setback shall be noted on 
the recorded plan. An aggrieved party may appeal the decision of the Planning 
Board to the Zoning Board of Adjustment in accord with NH RSA 676:5 (III). 

2. Watershed Protection Area. For the purpose of these regulations the 
Watershed Protection Area shall be defined as a buffer zone of one hundred 
twenty five feet (125 feet) set back from the edge of bodies of water, brooks, 
streams and wetlands. No septic system, lawn, yard, parking lot or landscaping 
shall be constructed within the Watershed Protection Area and no structure shall 
be constructed within the Watershed Protection Area except for structures which 
are normally associated with use in or near water or relate to transportation over 
water. This section shall not limit the authority of the Planning Board to require 
an applicant to construct improvements within the Watershed Protection Area 
when the Planning Board deems such improvements to be both beneficial to the 
Town and without adverse impact to the Watershed Protection Area. 

3. Limited Activities. 

a. Timber Harvesting and Brush Clearing. Except to the extent necessary to 
prevent imminent personal injury or property damage, no cutting or removal of 
living trees or shnibs shall be permitted in the Watershed Protection Area without 
permission for the same having been obtained from the Town Forester of the 
Town of Auburn, New Hampshire, who shall grant such pennission after having 
ascertained the proposed cutting or removal is to be conducted in a fashion that is 
consistent with the purpose of this Section and will have as limited an effect on 
the Watershed Protection Area as is reasonably possible. 



b. Road, Driveway, and Accessway Construction. In the event that it shall be 
necessary or beneficial to construct a road, driveway or accessway through a 
Watershed Protection Area then such road, driveway or accessway shall be 
constructed under the supervision of the designated Town Engineer, and the 
Board of Selectmen, and shall be constructed in such a way as to minimize the 
environmental impact that such construction shall have on the Watershed 
Protection Area. 



4. Allowable Activities, Subject to Board Review. Any of the following activities 
that do not result in the deterioration of the water quality in the protected area shall be 
permitted within the Watershed Protection Area by the Board with jurisdiction, 
provided the applicant submits conclusive evidence at a duly noticed public hearing 
showing the proposed activity will provide increased protection of the Watershed. 

a. Miscellaneous trimming and pruning of forestry stock according to good 
forestry practices. 

b. Tree farming and forestry according to practices approved by the Town and/or 
County Forester. 

c. Agriculture. 

d. Ponds planned and executed under the direction of the USDA-SCS. 

e. Wildlife refuge and/or conservation area. 

f. Wharves, boathouses, and bridges. 

g. Wetlands mitigation, remediation, restoration and protection activities, 
h. Fire ponds, cisterns and dry hydrants. 

i. Retention basins and drainage systems. 

This conclusive evidence may include a functional analysis prepared by a person or 
firm experienced in evaluating water shed protection areas. The proposed activity will be 
evaluated by the Board with jurisdiction to determine how it impacts the various 
beneficial fiinctions of the Watershed Protection Area, area including: biological, 
hydrologic, ground water, flood storage, erosion protection, water quality, economic 
values, recreational values, aesthetic values, educational values and aquifer control. Any 
acfivity allowed by the Board shall be conditioned on conformity with the Regulations of 
the State of New Hampshire relating to protection of Lake Massabesic and its tributary 
areas, including but not limited to, the Shoreland Protection Act (NH RSA 483-B). 



An application for relief from the Wetlands Protection Area for other than an 
allowable activity contained in this subsection shall be governed by the criteria set forth 
in subsections 5 and 6. 

5. Chemical Distribution. No chemical fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides, or 
herbicides shall be used within the Watershed Protection Area. If any reduction of the 
designated Watershed Protection Area is granted, this limitation shall be stated on the 
Site Plan or Subdivision Plan and referenced in the deed for any property within the 
Watershed Protection Area. 



6. Application for a Reduction of the Designated Watershed Protection: One Hundred 
Twenty Five (125) Feet to Seventy Five (75) Feet. Any lot owner seeking to engage in 
an activity other than the allowable activities set forth in subsection 3, may apply to the 
Zoning Board of Adjustment for a reduction of the Watershed Protection Area from 125 
feet to a minimum setback of 75 feet. An applicant for Site Plan Approval or Subdivision 
Approval, seeking to engage in an activity other than the allowable activities set forth in 
subsection 3, may apply to the Planning Board for a reduction of the Watershed 
Protection Area from 125 feet to a minimum setback of 75 feet. Any relief granted by 
the respective Boards shall be for the minimum amount of relief required by the 
Applicant and shall be treated as a request for a special exception from the terms of this 
section. 

Construction proposed by the applicant to take place within the 125 foot Watershed 
Protection Area, but no closer than seventy five (75) feet from the protected Watershed, 
may be permitted by the Board by special exception from the terms of this section, 
provided the applicant meets the criteria for a permitted use, and shows conclusively 
that the proposed construction will not adversely impact the protected Watershed. 
Construction shall be defined broadly and shall include proposed landscaping, lawns, 
yards, and parking. 

The conclusive evidence may include a fiinctional analysis prepared by a person or 
firm experienced in evaluating watershed protection areas. The Board shall consider the 
following functions of the Watershed Protection Area: biological, hydrologic, ground 
water, flood storage, erosion protection, water quality, economic values, recreational 
values, aesthefic values, educafional values and aquifer control. The Board may only 
vote to reduce the Watershed Protection Area if it concludes that the proposed reduction 
of the Watershed Protection Area will not adversely impact the protected Watershed. 

7. Application for Construction within Seventy Five (75) feet of a Protected 
Watershed. Except for the allowable activities set forth in subsection 3, all construction, 
lawns, landscaping, yards, or parking shall be prohibited within seventy five feet (75 feet) 
of the protected area. No bodies of water, streams or wetlands may be filled to achieve 
any minimum setback requirements. 



The Zoning Board of Adjustment shall have exclusive jurisdiction over an application for 
construction within seventy five (75) feet of a protected Watershed. An applicant may 
request relief in order to permit construction within seventy five (75) feet of a protected 
Watershed, but may only be granted relief if they provide conclusive evidence that: 

a. The proposed activity will not have any adverse impact on the protected 

Watershed; and 

b. The proposed use and construction meets the criteria for a variance from the 
terms of this Ordinance. 

The conclusive evidence of a lack of adverse impact may include a functional 
analysis prepared by a person or firm experienced in evaluating watershed protection 
areas. In addition to considering the criteria for a variance, the Zoning Board shall 
consider the following functions of the Watershed Protection Area: biological, 
hydrologic, ground water, flood storage, erosion protection, water quality, economic 
values, recreational values, aesthetic values, educational values and aquifer control in 
determining whether or not the proposed construction will adversely impact the protected 
watershed. (Recommended by the Planning Board) 



2, Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance Section 7.01 General to adopt 
certain new building codes by amending paragraph number 1 to read as follows: 

1 . All construction shall be in compliance with BOCA National Building Code, 
1999 edition, and the CABO Single Family and Two Family Residential Code, 1995. 

(Recommended by the Planning Board) 

3. Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance, Section 7.06 Certificates 

of Occupancy, to add a sentence to the first paragraph, requiring the filing of a certified 
plot plan prior to the receipt of a certificate of occupancy, to read as follows: 

1. No land or building shall be occupied, used, or changed in use until a Certificate 
of Occupancy shall have been issued by the Building hispector stafing that the 
proposed use of such land or building complies with all the provisions of this 
Ordinance. In the case of construction on a new foundation, a certified plot plan shall 
be submitted to the Building Inspector at the time of the foundation inspection 
showing the location of the new foundation on the lot, and delineafing the edge of any 
wetland within 150 feet of the construction. The submission of the certified plot plan 
shall be a precondition to receipt of a Certificate of Occupancy. 

(Recommended by Planning Board) 



4 . To readopt the provisions of the Town of Auburn's Growth Management Ordinance 
set forth in Section 3.09 Growth Management and to reaccept the recommended 
Umits on growth set by the Ordinance. (Recommended by the Planning Board) 

5. .Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance, Section 7.03 Building Permits in its 
entirety to read as follows: 

7.03 Building Permits 

The Building Inspector is authorized to charge and collect for the Town, the fees for 
building permits, inspections, and certificates of occupancy. The Building Inspector shall 
receive applications and issue Building Permits under the fee schedule set forth in 
Appendix E. Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance to add an Appendix E, 
setting forth a Fee Schedule for Building Permits and Inspection Fees to read as follows: 

(Recommended by Planning Board) 



APPENDIX E 

FEE SCHEDULE FOR 

BUILDING PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS 

The following Fee Schedule shall be in effect until such time as amended by the 
Planning Board. 

1 . New Construction 

a. Residential Construction: The following fee schedule shall apply to the 
construction of all new dwellings and other structures for residential use. 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be determined by a 
cumulative assessment of seven cents (S.07) per square foot of non-living space 
[unfinished floor(s) and unfinished basement area) plus ten cents ($.10) per square 
foot of living space (finished living area). 

(ii). Driveway Permit Fee: The driveway permit fee shall be fifty dollars 
($50.00) per curb cut. 

(iii). Septic Permit Fee: The septic permit fee shall be thirty dollars ($30.00). 

(iv). Sprinkler Permit Fee (Two-family dwelling): $50.00 



(v). Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be as follows: 

-Septic Test Pits and Design Review: $30.00 

-Electrical Inspection: $25.00 

-Plumbing Inspection: $25.00 

-Heating Inspection: $25.00; and 

-Fireplace Inspection: $25.00 

(vi). Permit Renewal Fees: Permit renewal fees shall be based on a determination 
by the building inspector as to the percentage of completion of construction. Fees 
shall be charged as follows: 

-25% Completion: $100.00; 

-50% Completion: $ 75.00; and 

-75% Completion: $ 50.00 

. Commercial and Industrial construction: The following fee schedule shall apply to 
construction of all new commercial and industrial buildings and structures: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: A building permit fee shall be assessed at a cumulative 
rate of fifteen cents ($.15) per square foot of total floor space, with the basement 
and all floors included. 

(ii). Driveway Permit Fee: The driveway permit fee shall be fifty dollars 
($50.00) per curb cut. 

(iii). Septic Permit Fee: The septic permit fee shall be thirty dollars » 

($30.00). 

(iv). Sprinkler Permit Fee: $50.00 

(v). Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be as follows: 

-Septic Test Pits and Design Review: $30.00 

-Electrical Inspection: $50.00 

-Plumbing Inspection: $50.00 

-Heating Inspection: $50.00; and 

-Fireplace Inspection: $25.00 

(vi). Permit Renewal Fees: Permit renewal fees shall be based on a 
determination by the building inspector as to the percentage of completion of 
construction. Fees shall be charged as follows: 

-25% Completion: $100.00; 

-50% Completion: $ 75.00; and 

-75% Completion: $ 50.00 



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2. Remodeling 

a. Residential Remodeling: All renovations, additions and remodeling to existing 
residential buildings and structures shall be assessed the following fees: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be determined by an 
assessment of six cents ($.06) per square foot, including all renovated, remodeled or 
added square footage, whether finished or unfinished. 

(ii). Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be the same as for new residential 
construction. 

b. Commercial and Industrial Remodeling: All commercial and industrial 
renovation, additions, or remodeling shall be assessed the following fees: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be assessed at the same rate 
as charged for new commercial or industrial construction and shall be based on the square 
footage of all renovated, added, or remodeled area, whether finished or unfinished. 

(ii) Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be the same as for new commercial 
or industrial construction. 

3. Detached Accessory Structures 

a. Detached Structures Accessory to Residential dwellings: The following fee 
schedule shall apply to the construction of detached structures which are accessory to 
residenfial dwellings: 

(i). Building Permit Fees: A building permit fee shall be assessed at a cumulative 
rate of six cents ($.06) per square foot, whether finished or unfinished floor space. 

(ii). Inspection Fees: Inspection fees for detached structures accessory to residential 
dwellings shall be the same as for inspection of new residential construction. 

b. Detached Structures Accessory to Commercial or Industrial buildings: The 
following fee schedule shall apply to the construction of detached structures which are 
accessory to commercial or industrial buildings: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be assessed at the same 
rate as charged for new commercial or industrial construction and shall be based on the 
square footage of the detached structure, whether finished or unfinished. 

(ii). Inspection Fees: Inspection fees for detached structures accessory to 
commercial or industrial buildings shall be the same as for inspection of new commercial 
or industrial construction. 



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4. Relocated Structures 

The fees for relocated structures shall be the same as new structures whether 
residential, commercial or industrial. 

5. Reinspection fees 

There shall be no fee for the first reinspection. However, the fee for any second or 
subsequent reinspection system shall be charged at 50% of the fee for the initial 
inspection. (Recommended by Planning Board) 

The polls will be open at 7 am. and close at 7 pm. 

You are also notified to meet on Saturday, March 18, 2000, at 1 pm. at the Auburn 
Village School to consider the following articles: 

FOURTH: Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 3 1 :95-c to restrict Ninety-seven 
thousand, Eight-hundred, Twelve Dollars ($97,812.00) of revenues from State Highway 
Block Grant Aid for the purpose of road reconstruction. Such revenues and expenditures 
shall be accounted for in a special revenue fund and added to the existing Highway 
Reconstruction Fund Expenditures, separate from the general fund. Any surplus in said 
fund shall not be deemed expended only after a vote by the legislative body to 
appropriate a specific amount from said fund for a specific purpose related to the purpose 
of the fund or source of the revenue. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

FIFTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will raise and appropriate the sum of Two 
hundred, two thousand, One-hundred, Eighty-eight Dollars ($202,188.00) to be added to 
the Highway Reconstruction Capital Reserve Fund. (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

SIXTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will appropriate $30,000.00 to come out of the 
Unexpended Fund balance to cover the cost of a wage study by MRJ (Municipal 
Resources Inc.), no part of such amount to be raised by taxes. Said study to include wage 
classification, job description clarification and to examine the town with respect to its 
growth and what type of management system it needs. (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

SEVENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to create a Capital Reserve Fund in 
accordance with RSA 35:1 for closure of the former Solid Waste/Incinerator site and to 
appropriate, from the Unexpended Fund Balance, the sum of $50,000.00 to be deposited 
into this newly created fund. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) 



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EIGHTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to appropriate the sum of up to 
$18,000.00 which is the amount of interest earned and any additional interest to be earned 
from the Safety Complex Bond investment, up to $14,000.00 in revenue generated from 
the sale of Timber on the site, towards the Safety Complex and its' associated costs. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

NINTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to 
$25,000.00 to compensate police officers for outside duty. Such sum to come from 
revenue earned from outside duty details, and no part of such amount is to be raised by 
taxation. Passage of this article will have no effect on the tax rate. (Recommended by the 
Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 

TENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to appropriate $25,000.00 from the 
Unexpended Fund Balance for architectural costs associated with the construction of the 
Town Hall. A committee of up to seven people, appointed by the Selectmen will head 
this project. Passage of this article will not affect the tax rate. (Recommended by the 
Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

ELEVENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to create a Capital Reserve Fund 
in accordance with RSA 35:1, towards the construction of a Town Hall and to 
appropriate, from the Unexpended Fund Balance $300,000.00, to be deposited into this 
Fund. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee) 

TWELFTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will authorize the Selectmen to sell an 
existing town owned Right of Way leading to Map 4, Lot 25 Rockwood Terrace to the 
owner of Map 4, Lot 25 Rockwood Terrace, the price to be determined by appraisal. (By 
Petition) 

THIRTEEN: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to send the following resolution to 
the New Hampshire General Court: " Resolved, New Hampshire's natural, cultural and 
historic resources in this town and throughout the state are worthy of protection and, 
therefore, the State of New Hampshire should establish and fund a permanent 
public/private partnership for the voluntary conservation of these important resources." 
(By Petition) 

FOURTEENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to authorize indefinitely, until 
specific rescission of such authority, the selectmen to apply for, accept and expend, 
without further action by the town meeting, unanticipated money from a state, federal, or 
other governmental unit or a private source which becomes available during the fiscal 
year and which has not been previously accepted. (Majority vote required) 

FIFTEENTH: Shall the Town of Auburn accept the provision of RSA 33:7 providing 
that any town at an annual meeting may adopt an article authorizing indefinitely, until 
specific rescission of such authority, the selectmen to issue tax anticipation notes. 
(Majority vote required) 



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SIXTEENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to accept, indefinitely, such Trust 
Funds as may come in during the year and Trust Funds as have not been previously 
accepted. 

SEVENTEENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to use the income from the 
H.B Bumham Fund for the schools or library until such time as this authorization is 
specifically rescinded. 

EIGHTEENTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to accept gifts of personal property, other than money, on behalf of the Town , 
for any public purposes. This authorization in accordance with RSA 31:95-e shall remain 
in effect until rescinded by the voters at Town Meeting. (Majority vote required) 

NINETEENTH: Shall the Town of Auburn accept the provisions of RSA 202-A:4-c 
providing that any town at an annual meeting may adopt an article authorizing 
indefinitely, until specific rescission of such authority, the public library trustees to apply 
for, accept and expend, without further action by the town meeting, unanticipated money 
from a state, federal or other governmental unit or a private source which becomes 
available during the fiscal year ? (Majority vote required) 

TWENTIETH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to dispose of 
any or all property acquired by tax deed, through public auction or sealed bid, with right 
to reject all bids 

TWENTY-FIRST: To hear the report of the Budget Committee and to see what sum of 
money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate to defray Town charges and legal 
obligations for the ensuing year. 

TWENTY-SECOND: To transact any other business that may legally come before the 
Town meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this Tenth day of February, 2000. 

The Selectmen of the Town of Auburn 

Albert Samson, Chairman 
Gail Clark 
Harland Eaton 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 

January 1, 1999 to December 31, 1999 

Balance Brought Forward 1/1/99 $ 25.00 

RECEIPTS 

Motor Vehicle Permits 733,973.00 

Bad Check Charges 400.00 

Less Refunds -166.00 734,207.00 

Marriage Licenses 874.00 

Less Remittal to State -874.00 -0- 

Dogs 

Licenses 6111.50 

Pick-up Fees 50.00 

Civil Forfeitures (Unregistered) 850.00 

Fines 460.00 

Late Fees 429.00 

Less Town Clerk Fees -890.00 

Less Remittal to State -2072.00 4938.50 

Town Election Filing Fees 7.00 



Vital Record Search Fees 


437.00 




Less Remittal to State 


-437.00 


-0- 




$739,177.50 


DISBURSEMENTS TO TREASURER 




Motor Vehicle Permits 


733,973.00 




Bad Check Charges 


400.00 




Marriage Licenses 


874.00 




Dogs 


7900.50 




Town Election Filing Fees 


7.00 




Vital Record Search Fees 


437.00 




Less Remittances as above 


-4439.00 


$739,152.50 


Balance December 31, 1999 


$ 25.00 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 

P.O. BOX 487, COxNCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 



IVlS-7 

REVISED 1999 




'X^^-^^U^ 



BUDGET OF THE TOWIM/CITY 

OF: /hiBuf^/J , kfH . 

B UDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 

Appropriationi and Estimates of Revenue for tte En5uin^ Year January \, J.OOo to DecemLer 31, ^2ooO 
or Fiscal Year From jq 

IMPORTANT: 

Please read RSA 32:5 applicatle to all municipalities. 



1. Use this form to list tiie entire tudget in tke appropriate recommended and not recormBencJed area 
i his means the operating tudget and aU special and individual warrant articles must Le posted. 

2. Hold at least one putlic kearing on tkis tuJget. 

^' "^t'^-Tt^"^' %"T °^i^" ^"'^^'^ '""^^ P°^^^ "^^ ^^ "^^^^- ^°tLer copv must he placed 
on iiie with the town clerk, and a copy sent to tke Department of Revenue Administration at tke ak 
address. 



Dove 



BUDGET COMMnTEE 

Please s ign in ink. ^ >//' 




DATE: 




-^/i^ Inn 



■l^aW^ yKA<t'^^^^ 




^-/^' ^^ 



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT 





YEAR 2000 




BUDGET - TOWN OF AUBURN 




MS-7 




Aca # 


PURPOSE 

OF APPROPRIATIONS 

(RSA32 3.V) 


Warr 
Art# 


Appropriations 

Prior Year As 

Approved by DRA 


Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


SELECTMEN'S APPROPRIATIONS 
ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


BUDGET COMM APPROPRIATIONS ENSUING 
FISCAL YEAR 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 














4130^139 


Executive 




101.587 


85.487 


77.590 




77.590 


(0) 


4140-4149 


Electon. Reg & Vital Statistics 




21,331 


19.548 


32,360 




32.360 




4150-4151 


Financial Administration 




44.920 


39,551 


46.299 




46,293 


6 


4153 


Legal Expense 




12.500 


7.558 


12.500 




12.500 




4155-4159 


Personnel Administration 




12.175 


15.103 


10.430 




10.430 




4191-4193 


Planning & Zoning 




93.591 


77.286 


128,322 




128,211 


111 


4194 


General Govt. Buildings 




16.519 


8.605 


25.519 




25,919 


(400) 


4195 


Cemeteries 




5.900 


7.900 


8.400 




8,400 




4196 


Insurance 




72.670 


43.197 


68.300 




68.300 




4197 


Advertising & Regional Assoc 




4.950 


5.089 


4.839 




4,839 




4199 


Other General Government 




58,661 


54,534 


62,071 




58,227 


3.844 


PUBLIC SAFETY 














4210-4214 


Police 




480,419 


465.526 


514.303 




547,476 


(33,173) 


4215-4219 


Ambulance 




45 000 


45,000 


45,000 




45,000 




4220-4229 


Fire 




136,978 


139.689 


134,754 




134,754 


. 


4240-4249 


Building Inspection 
















4290-4298 


Emergency Management 




7.700 


6,034 


7,700 




7,700 




4299 


Ottier Public Safety (Inc 
Communications) 
















AIRPORT / AVIATION CENTER 














4301-4309 


Airport Operations 

















17 





YEAR 2000 




BUDGET - TOWN OF AUBURN 




MS-7 






Acct # 


PURPOSE 

OF APPROPRIATIONS 

(RSA 32.3,V) 


Warr 
Art» 


Appropriations 

Prior Year As 

Approved by DRA 


Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


SELECTMEN'S APPROPRIATIONS 
ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


BUDGET COMM APPROPRIATIONS ENSUING 
FISCAL YEAR 




RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 






HIGHWAYS & STREETS 
















4311-4312 


Admin , Highways & Streets 




358.001 


249.808 


356.741 




358 045 


(1,304) 




4313 


Bridges 




61,158 


8,590 


61.158 




61,158 






4316 


Street Lighting 




15.000 


14,103 


33.000 




31,983 


1,017 




4319 


Other 




3.000 


654 


3.000 




3,000 








SANITATION 
















4321-4323 


Admin & Solid Waste Collection 


















4321 


Solid Waste Disposal 




1,650 


1.579 


1,281 




1,281 






4325 


Solid Waste Clean-up 


















4326-4329 


Sewage Collection, Disposal & Other 




















WATER DISTRIBUTION & 
TREATMENT 
















4331-4332 


Admin, & Water Services 




3.437 


2,455 


3,437 




3,437 






4335^1339 


Water Treatemcnt. Conservation & 
Other 




















ELECTRIC 
















4351-4352 


Admin & Generation 
















1 


4353 


Purchase Costs 


















4354 


Electnc Equipment Maint. 


















4359 


Other Electric Costs 


















HEALTH & WELFARE 














1 


4411-4414 


Admin & Pest Control 




22.931 


12,241 


23,658 




23,658 





1 


4415-4419 


Health Agencies, Hospitals & Other 




2.728 


2,728 


2,728 




2,728 






4441-4442 


Admin & Direct Assistance 




6,260 


4,776 


5.298 




5,306 


(8) 





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YEAR 2000 




BUDGET - TOWN OF AUBURN 




MS-7 




Acct # 


PURPOSE 

OF APPROPRIATIONS 

(RSA 32:3.V) 


Warr 
Art# 


Appropriations 

Prior Year As 

Approved by DRA 


Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


SELECTMEN'S APPROPRIATIONS 
ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


BUDGET COMM APPROPRIATIONS ENSUING 
FISCAL YEAR 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


4444 


Intergovernmental Welfare Payments 




2.621 


2,621 


3,913 




3.913 




4445-4449 


Vendor Payments & Other 


















CULTURE S RECREATION 














4520-4529 


Parks & Recreation 




25,647 


16,654 


34,772 




34.071 


701 


4550-4559 


Library 




44.648 


43.747 


51,357 




47.223 


4.134 


4583 


Patiiotic Purposes 
















4589 


Other Culture & Recreation 


















CONSERVATION 














4611-4612 


Adnnlnistration & Purchases of Natural 
Resources 




650 


260 


650 




650 




4619 


Other Conservation 
















4631-4632 


Redevelopment 5, Housing 
















4651-4659 


Economic Development 
















DEBT SERVICE 














4711 


Pnnc - Long Term Bonds & Notes 








95.000 




95.000 




4721 


Interest - Long Term Bonds & Notes 








48.434 




48.434 




4723 


Interest on TANs 




5.000 




5.000 




5.000 




4790-4799 


Other Debt Service 




17,000 


8,842 


1 




1 


. 




CAPITAL OUTLAY 












—-■■■r^--^ 


4901 


Land 
















4902 


Machinery. Vehicles & Equipment 
















4903 


Buildings 
















4909 


Improvements Other Than Buildings 


6&9 






55.000 




55.000 





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YEAR 2000 




BUDGET - TOWN OF AUBURN 




MS-7 


1 


Acd # 


PURPOSE 
OF APPROPRIATIONS 

(RSA32 3.\/) 


Warr 
Art* 


Appropnations 

Prior Year As 

Approved by DRA 


Actual 

Expenditures 

Pnor Year 


SELECTMEN'S APPROPRIATIONS 
ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


BUDGET COMM APPROPRIATIONS ENSUINofl 
FISCAL YEAR J 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


4912 


To Special Revenue Fund 


4&5 


550,000 


155,504 


300,000 




300,000 


^ 


4913 


To Capital Projects Fund 
















4914 


To Enterprise Fund 


















Sewer 


















Water 


















Electric 


















Airport 
















4915 


To Capital Reserve Funds 


7&11 






350.000 




350.000 




4916 


To Expendable Trust Funds (except 
Healtti Maintenance Tnjst Fund) 
















4917 


To Health Maintenance Trust Fund 
















4918 


To Nonexpendable Trust Funds 
















4919 


To Agency Funds 
















SUBTOTAL 1 






2.234.633 


1 ,544,670 


2,612,815 




2.637.887 


(25.072 



If you have a line item of appropriations liom more than one warrant article, please use the space below to identify the make-up of the line total for the ensuing year. 



Acct No 


Warrant Articles 


No, 


Amount 


4909 


Wage & Salary Study 


6 


30.000 00 


4909 


Police Outside/Private Duty 


9 


25,000 00 


4912 


Higtivray Block Grant 


4 


97.812 00 


4912 


Highway Reconstruction 


5 


202,188 00 


4915 


Town Hall Cap, Res Fund 


11 


300,000 00 


4915 


Incinerator Cap Res Fund 


7 


50,000 00 



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TOWN OF AUBURN 



-SPECIAL WARRANT ARTICLES" 



FY 2000 



Special warrant articles are defined In RSA 32:3,VI, as appropriations 1) in petitioned warrant articles; 2) appropriations raised by bonds or notes; 3) 
appropriating to a separate fund created pursuant to law, such as a capital reserve funds or trusts funds; or 4) an appropriation designated on tt<e warrant 
as a special article or as a nonlapsing or nontransferable article. 


A«t» 


PURPOSE OF 

APPROPRIATIONS 

(RSA32:3,V) 


WaiT 
Arte 


Appropriations 

Prior Year As 

Approved by DRA 


Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


SELECTMENS APPROPRIATIONS 
ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


BUDGET COMMITTEE 
APPROPRIATIONS ENSUING YEAR 


RECOMHIENOEO 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 










































































































subtotal: Recommended 















* INDIVIDUAL WARIUNT ARTICLES ~ 



Individual" warrant articles are not necessarily the same as "special warrant articles" An example of an individual warrant aitide might be negotiated cost items for labor 
agreements or items of a one time nature you wish to address individually 



Acct» 


URPOSE OF APPROPRIATIO^ 
(RSA32:3,V| 


Wart 
Art. 


Appropriations 

Prior Year As 

Approved by DRA 


Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


SELECTMEN'S APPROPRIATIONS ENSUING 
FISCAL YEAR 


BUDGET COMM APPROPRIATIONS ENSUING 
FISCAL YEAR 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 


RECOMMENDED 


NOT RECOMMENDED 
























































SUBTOTAL 3 Recommended 










- 





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YEAR 2000 TOWN OF AUBURN 



Acct. « 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


Warr. 
Art» 


Estimated 
Revenue 
Prior Year 


Actual 
Revenue 
Prior Year 


Estimated 

Revenue 

Ensuing Year 


TAXES 








3120 


Land Use Change Taxes 








12,000 


3180 


Resident Taxes 










3185 


Yield Taxes 




4,000 


8,546 


2,500 


3186 


Payment in Lieu of Taxes 




390.960 


262,440 


380970 


3189 


Other Taxes 










3190 


Interest & Penalties on Deliquent Taxes 




20,000 


55,843 


68,385 




Inventory Penalties 










LICENSES. PERMITS & FEES 








3210 


Business Licenses & Pennits 




10,000 


18,430 


13,047 


3220 


Motor Vehicle Pennit Fees 




488,000 


723,480 


559.450 


3230 


Building Permits 




19,000 


34,630 


30 108 


3290 


Other Licenses, Permits & Fees 




6,500 


22,741 


5,945 


3311-3319 


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 










FROM STATE 








3351 


Shared Revenue 




65,000 


85,274 


85 000 


3352 


Meals S Rooms Tax Distnbution 




50,000 


31,468 


21,040 


3353 


Highway Block Grant 




91,279 


91.279 


97,812 


3354 


Water Pollution Grant 










3355 


Housing & Community Development 










3356 


State & Federal Forest Land Reimbursement 










3357 


Flood Control Reimbursement 










3359 


Other (Including Railroad Tax) 






14,730 


12,981 


3379 


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 










CHARGES FOR SERVICES 








3401-3406 


Income from Departments 




40,000 


72 101 


55,000 


3409 


aher Charges 










MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 








3501 


Sale of Municipal Property 






14,980 


14 930 


3502 


Interest on Investments 




80,000 


76,219 


52,416 


3503-3609 


aher 






3 545 


1,703 


INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN 








3912 


From Special Revenue Funds 











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YEAR 2000 TOWN OF AUBURN 



Accl » 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


Wan-, 
Art « 


Estimated 
Revenue 

Pnor Year 


Actual 
Revenue 
Pnor Year 


Estimated 

Revenue 

Ensuing Year 


3913 


From Capital Projects Funds 


8 




13.100 


18.900 


3914 


From Enterpnse Funds 












Sewer - (Offset) 












Water - (Offset) 












Electric - (Offset) 












Airport - (Offset) 










3915 


From Capital Reserve Funds 










3916 


From Trust Agency Funds 




5,000 


7.000 


7.000 


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 








3934 


Proc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes 










Amounu VOTED From Fund Balance (Surplus) 






403.000 


Fund Balance ("Surplus") to Reduce Taxes 








TOTAL REVENUES & CREDITS 


1.289.739 


1.535.806 


1.615.217 



■ BUDGET SUMMARY • 



SELECTMEN 



BUDGET 
COMMITTEE 



SUBTOTAL 1 Recommended (From Page 4) 


2.612.815 


2,637.887 


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Wanant articles Recommended (Page 5) 






SUBTOTAL 3 "Individual" Wan-ant articles Recommended (Page 5) 






TOTAL Appropriations Recommended 


2.612.815 


2,637.887 


Less Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 


1.615,217 


1.615,217 


Estimated Amount of Taxes To Be Raised 


997,598 


1,022,670 



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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS 



Piirnose ol Aporopf iaiion 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
Executive 

Elections.Registration.Vltal Statistics 
Financial Administration 
Legal Expenses 
Personnel Administration 
Planning & Zoning 
General Government Buildings 
Cemeteries 
Insurance 

Advertising & Regional Association 
Other General Government 
TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
PUBLIC SAFETY 
Police 
Ambulance 
Fire 
Emergency Management 

TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY 
HIGHWAYS & STREETS 
Administration 
Highways & Streets 
Bridges 
Street Lighting 
Other Road 

TOTAL HIGHWAYS & STREETS 
SANITATION 
Solid Waste Disposal 

TOTAL SANITATION 
WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT 
Water Services 

TOTAL WATER DIST & TREAT. 
HEALTH 
Animal Control 
Health Agencies & Hospitals 
Health Department 

TOTAL HEALTH 
WELFARE 
Direct Assistance 

Intergovernmental Welfare Payments 
TOTAL WELFARE 
CULTURE & RECREATION 
Parks & Recreation 
Library 

TOTAL CULTURE & RECREATON 
CONSERVATION 
Other Conservation 

TOTAL CONSERVATION 
DEBT SERVICE 
Interest on Tax Anticipation 
Cost of Debt Issuance 

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 









YTD Expenditures 








Appropriated 


YTD 


Expenditure 


LESS 




Unexpended 


*/> Unexpended 


1999 


Expenditures 


Reimbursements 


Reimbursements 


Encumbered 


Afiflmarlallan 


ADproarialion 


101,587.00 


85,487.00 


0.00 


85,487.00 


0.00 


16.100.00 


16% 


21.331.00 


19.548.00 


0.00 


19.548.00 


0.00 


1,783.00 


8% 


44,920.00 


39,551.00 


0.00 


39.551.00 


0.00 


5,36900 


12% 


12,500.00 


7,558.00 


0.00 


7,558.00 


0.00 


4,942.00 


40% 


12,175.00 


15.103.00 


0.00 


15,103.00 


0.00 


-2,928.00 


-24% 


93,591.00 


77,286.00 


0.00 


77,286.00 


0.00 


16,305 00 


17% 


16,519.00 


8,605.00 


0.00 


8,605.00 


0.00 


7,914.00 


48% 


5,900.00 


7,900.00 


0.00 


7,900.00 


0.00 


-2,000.00 


-34% 


72,670.00 


43,197.00 


0.00 


43,197.00 


0.00 


29,473.00 


41% 


4,950.00 


5,089.00 


0.00 


5,089.00 


0.00 


•139.00 


-3% 


58,661.00 


54,534.00 


0.00 


54,534.00 


0.00 


4,127.00 


7% 


444,804.00 


363,858.00 


0.00 


363,858.00 


0.00 


80,946.00 


18% 


430,419.00 


465,526.00 


0.00 


465,526.00 


2,634.42 


14,893.00 


3% 


45,000,00 


45,000.00 


0.00 


45,000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0% 


136,978.00 


139,689.00 


0.00 


139,689.00 


0.00 


-2,711,00 


-2% 


7,700.00 


6,034.00 


0.00 


6,034.00 


0.00 


1,666.00 


22% 


670,097.00 


656,249.00 


0.00 


656,24900 


2.63442 


13,848.00 


2% 


1,260.00 


1,260.00 


0,00 


1,260.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0% 


356.741.00 


248.548.00 


0.00 


248,548.00 


0.00 


108.193.00 


30% 


61,158.00 


8,590.00 


0.00 


8.590.00 


0.00 


52.568.00 


86% 


15,000.00 


14,103.00 


0.00 


14,103.00 


0.00 


897.00 


6% 


3,000.00 


654.00 


0.00 


654.00 


0.00 


2,346.00 


78% 


437,159.00 


273,155.00 


0.00 


273,155.00 


0.00 


164.004.00 


38% 


1,650.00 


1,579.00 


0.00 


1,579.00 


0.00 


71.00 


4% 


1,650.00 


1,579.00 


0.00 


1.579.00 


0.00 


71.00 


4% 


3.437.00 


2.455.00 


0,00 


2.455.00 


0.00 


982.00 


29% 


3,437.00 


2,455.00 


0.00 


2,455.00 


0.00 


982.00 


29% 


11,106.00 


10,350.12 


0,00 


10,350.12 


0.00 


755.88 


7% 


2,728.00 


2.728.00 


0,00 


2,728.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0% 


11,825.00 


1,891.28 


0.00 


1,891.28 


0.00 


9.933.72 


84% 


25,659.00 


14,969.40 


0.00 


14,969.40 


0.00 


10,689.60 


42% 


6,260.00 


4,776.00 


0,00 


4.776,00 


0.00 


1,484.00 


24% 


2,621.00 


2,621.00 


0,00 


2,621.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0% 


8,881.00 


7,397.00 


0.00 


7,397.00 


0.00 


1,484.00 


17% 


25,647.00 


16.654.00 


000 


16,654.00 


0,00 


8,993.00 


35% 


44,648.00 


43,747.00 


0.00 


43,747.00 


0.00 


901.00 


2% 


70,295.00 


60,401.00 


0.00 


60.401.00 


0.00 


9,894.00 


14% 


650.00 


260.00 


0.00 


260.00 


0.00 


390.00 


60% 


650.00 


260.00 


0.00 


260.00 


0.00 


390.00 


60% 


5,000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


5,000.00 


100% 


17,000.00 


8.842.00 


0.00 


8,842.00 


0.00 


8.158.00 


48% 


22,000.00 


8,842.00 


0.00 


8,842.00 


0.00 


13,158.00 


60% 



TOTALS: 



1,684,632,00 1,389,165.40 



1.389,165.40 



2,634 42 



18% 



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AUBURN TOWN MEETING - March 1999 

The Annual Meeting for the Town of Aubum, N.H. was called to order by the Moderator, C. Donald 
Stritch, at 7:00 A.M on March 9, 1999. Voting proceeded until 7:00 P.M. 

The business meeting was adjourned to Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 1:00 P.M. to take up Articles 
Three through Twenty-eight 

Articles One and Two were decided on the written ballot on March 9, 1999 with the following results. A 
total of 1 1 19 voted (12 absentee). 76 registered to vote on election day, making the total registered 
voters 2855. 

To bring your ballots for: 
FIRST: 



Selectman for three years 




David Flight 


202 


Write-ins: Harland Eaton 


398 


Paula Marzloff 


214 


Jack Lee 


135 


Brett Scholbe 


94 


Moderator for one year 




C.Donald Stritch 


967 



967 Write-ins 20 



Town Clerk for three years 

Nancy H. Gagnon 1062 Write-ins 2 

Tax Collector for three years 

Eva L. Luimie 1043 Write-ins 4 

Treasurer for one year 

JajTie Jackson 949 Write-ins 9 

Library Trustee for three years 

Da\id S. Griffin 1030 Write-ins 2 

Cemetery Trustee for three years-Auburn Village Cemetery 
Walter W. Jamroz 1007 Write-ins 3 

Cemetery Trustee for three years- Longmeadow Cemetery 
EvaL. Lunnie 1031 Write-ins 1 

Trust Fund Trustee for three years 

Howard C. Burgess 945 Write-ins 2 

Auditor for two years 

Kimberly M. Crete 963 Write-ins 5 

Police Commission for three years 

Hubert J. Topliff 927 Write-ins 37 



SECOND: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following amendments to the existing Town 

Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the Plarming Board 



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1. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance to add a 
final sentence to Section 2.02 Words and Terms. 27. Dwelling Unit, Accessory :, as follows: 

An applicant for an accessory dwelling unit shall be required as a condition of approval, to record 
a restrictive covenant in the registry of deeds indicating that it shall not be used as a rental unit. 
(Recommended by the Planning Board) YES 657 NO 379 

2. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance, Section 3.17 
Frontage, to insert the word "paved" into the Section to read as follows: 

All building lots within the Town of Auburn shall have their minimum required road frontage 
upon a Class V or better road within the Town of Auburn. All new building lots within the Town of 
Auburn shall have their minimum required road firontage upon a Class V or better paved road 
within the Town of Auburn. (Recommended by the Planning Board) YES 706 NO 326 

3. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 3 as proposed by the Plaiming Board for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows; Amend Section 3.19 Underground Storage Regulation . 
subsection 3. Minimum Standards for New Underground Storage Facilities, to add the following 
sentence to the beginning paragraph as follows: 

These minimum standards are supplemental to the regulatory requirements of the NH 
Department of Environmental Services [NHDES] and any new, modified or replacement residential 
and non-residential underground storage facilities shall also comply with the NHDES regulations. 
(Recommended by the Planning Board) YES 848 NO 196 

4. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 4 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance to add a new 
Section 6.15 Variances to Accommodate Physical Disability to the Town of Auburn Zoning 
Ordinance to permit a variance in order to accommodate a person or persons with a recognized 
physical disability by adding the following section: The Board may grant a variance without finding a 
hardship arising from the condition of the premises when reasonable accommodations are necessary to 
allow a person or persons with a recognized physical disability to reside in or regularly use the 
premises provided that: 

1. Any variance granted under this provision shall be in harmony with the general purpose and 
intent of this Ordinance; and 

2. In granting any such variance the Board may provide, in a finding included in its written 
decision, that the variance shall survive only so long as the particular person or persons has a 
continuing need to use the premises. When such a limitation has been imposed on the variance 
any improvements made as a result of the variance shall, at the sole discretion of the Board, be 
removed upon cessation of use by the particular person or person(s) who are the subject of the 
variance. (Recommended by the Plarming Board) YES 815 NO 221 

5. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 5 as proposed by the Plarming Board for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance, Section 7.03 
Building Permits in its entirety to set forth a new fee schedule as follows: 
7. 03 Buildins Permits 

The Building Inspector shall receive applications and issue Building Permits under the fee 
schedule set forth in this section. 
1. New Construction 

a. Residential Construction : The following fee schedule shall apply to the construction of all 
new dwellings and other structures for residential use. 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be determined by a cimiulati\-e 
assessment of seven cents ($.07) per square foot of non-living space square foot of living 



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space (unfinished floor(s) and unfinished basement area) plus ten cents ($. 10 per square 

foot of li\ing space (finished living area). 

(ii) Driveway Permit Fee: The driveway permit fee shall be fifty dollars ($50.00) per 

curb cut. 

(iii). Swimming pools and decks Permit Fee: 

The permit fee shall be twenty-five dollars ($25.00). 

(iv.) Septic Permit Fee: The septic permit fee shall be thirty dollars ($30.00). 

(v). Sprinkler Permit Fee (Two-family dwelling): $50. 00 

(vi). Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be as follows: 

-Septic Test Pits and Design Review: $30.00; 

-Electrical Inspection: $25.00; 

-Plumbing Inspection: $25.00; 

-Heating Inspection: $25.00; 

-Fireplace Inspection: $25.00; 

(vii) .Permit Renewal Fees: Permit renewal fees shall be based on a determination by the 

building inspector as to the percentage of completion of construction. Fees shall be 

charged as follows: 

-25% CompleUon: $100.00; 

-50% Completion: $ 75.00; 

-75% Completion: $ 50.00; 



b . Commercial and Industrial Construction : The following fee schedule shall apply to 
construction of all new commercial and industrial buildings and structures: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: A building permit fee shall be assessed at a cumulative rate of 

fifteen cents ($.15) per square foot of total floor space, with the basement and all floors 

included. 

(ii). Driveway Permit Fee: The driveway permit fee shall be fifty dollars ($50.00) per 

curbcuL 

(iii). Septic Permit Fee: The septic permit fee shall be thirty dollars ($30.00). 

(iv) Sprinkler Permit Fee: $50.00 

(v). Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be as follows: 

-Septic Test Pits and Design Review: $30.00; 

-Electrical Inspection: $50.00; 

-Plumbing Inspection: $50.00; 

-Heating Inspection: $50.00; 

-Fireplace Inspection: $25.00; 

(vi). Permit Renewal Fees: Permit renewal fees shall be based on a determination by the 

building inspector as to the percentage of completion of construction. Fees shall be 

charged as follows: 

-25% Completion: $150.00; 

-50% Completion: $100.00; 

-75% Completion: $75.00; 

Remodeling 

a. Residential Remodeling : All renovations, additions and remodeling to existing residential 
buildings and structures shall be assessed the following fees: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be determined by assessment of 

seven cents ($.07) per square foot, including all renovated, remodeled or added square 

footage, whether finished or unfinished. 

(ii). Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be the same as for new residential 

construction. 

b. Commercial and Industrial Remodeling : All commercial and industrial renovation, 
additions, or remodeling shall be assessed the following fees: 



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(i).Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be assessed at the same rate as 
charged for new commercial or industrial construction and shall be based on the square 
footage of all renovated, added, or remodeled area, whether finished or unfinished, 
(ii) Inspection Fees: The inspection fees shall be the same as for new commercial or 
industrial construction. 
3. Detached Accessory Structures 

a. Detached Structures Accessory to Residential dwellings : The following fee schedule shall 
apply to the construction of detached structures which are accessory to residential dwellings: 

(i). Building Permit Fees: A building permit fee shall be assessed at a cimiulative rate of 
seven cents ($.07) per square foot, whether finished or unfinished floor space, 
(ii). Inspection Fees: Inspection fees for detached structures accessory to residential 
dwellings shall be the same as for inspection of new residential construction. 

b. Detached Structures Accessory to Commercial or Industrial buildings : The following fee 
schedule shall apply to the construction of detached structures which are accessory to 
commercial or industrial buildings: 

(i). Building Permit Fee: The building permit fee shall be assessed at the same rate as 
charged for new commercial or industrial construction and shall be based on the square 
footage of the detached structure, whether finished or unfinished. 
(ii).Inspection Fees: Inspection fees for detached structures accessory to commercial or 
industrial buildings shall be the same as for inspection of new commercial or industrial 
construction. 
4. Relocated Structures : The fees for relocated structm-es shall be the same as new structures 
whether residential, commercial or industrial. (Recommended by the Plaiming Board) 

YES 500 NO 537 

6. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 6 as proposed by the Plaiming Board for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Ordinance, Section 7.10 
Smoke Detectors. Fire Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors and Fire Suppression Equipment 
to read as follows: All new construction shall be equipped with smoke detectors, fire detectors, carbon 
mono.xide detectors and fire suppression equipment in accord with the BOCA Code, and CABO Single 
Family and Two Family Residential Code. (Recommended by the Plaiming Board) 

YES 805 NO 262 

7. Are you in favor of adopting Amendment No. 7 as proposed by the Planning Boaid for the Town 
of Auburn Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the Town of Auburn Zoning Map to rezone the area 
of land commencing at the intersection of McEvoy Drive and Hooksett Road, and proceeding northerly 
along the easterly line of McEvoy Drive 700 feet +/-, thence proceeding on a bearing of South 77 
degrees East for a distance of approximately 522 feet +/- , to the lot line of Tax Map 9, Lot 15, thence 
proceeding northerly along said line to the northerly line of said lot, thence easterly along said lot line 
to the right of way of Route 101, thence proceeding southwesterly along said right of way line to 
Hooksett Road, thence along Hooksett Road to the point of beginning, fi-om it's existing designation as 
partly within the Conunercial (C-2) and partly in the Residential (R-1) to Commercial (C-2) Zone. 

(Recommended by the Planning Board) YES 487 NO 618 



On Saturday, March 13th, the moderator opened the reconvened meeting with the pledge of allegiance at 
1 :00 P.M. There were 3 10 registered voters in attendance. Each voter was checked in on the checklist 
and given a voter card to be used when a hand vote was called, a yes/no tear off card for any secret ballot, 
and a special white ballot for bond issue Article Three and a special green ballot for bond issue Article 
Four. The moderator gave the rules for the meeting and read the results of the ballot \oting on Tuesday. 



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THIRD: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Nine Hundred Twenty-Five 
Thousand ($925,000.00) Dollars or any other sum for the purchase of lands and the construction of a 
Safety Complex Facility consisting of the Police and Fire; and for purchasing equipment and fimiishings 
of a lasting character in connection therewith; and to authorize the issuance of not more than $925,000.00 
of bonds or notes in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA Chapter 33) and 
to authorize the Board of Selectmen to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and to determine the rate 
in interest thereon; and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to take any and all actions necessary to cany 
out any vote thereunder, or to take any action relative thereof The sum to be raised may be reduced by the 
amount of funds from grants-in-aid or other funds as may now or hereafter be forthcoming from Federal, 
State, local, or private agencies that would benefit the Town. (By Petition) 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
(Amount included in the Budget) (2/3 Vote Required) 

Carl Mayland moved Article Three, Alan Cote seconded. Carl presented the plan. The effect on the tax 
rate will be 69 cents per thousand for the first year, decreasing to 47 cents per thousand in the 10th year. 
Having a facility at this location will increase the response time to the north part of town by 6 to 7 
minutes. Al Samson stated that no pajments will be due until the year 2000. In response to a question, 
Bruce Phillips, Fire Chief stated that there are no plans to go full time, and fire trucks are replaced on a 5 
year master plan. Discussion continued until 2:15P.M. 

Alan Cote mo\'ed the question, seconded by Bert Ouellette. Motion to cease discussion and vote on 
Article Three passed. 

Polls opened at 2: 16P.M. and remained open until 3: 16P.M. Voting was by paper ballot color coded for 
this article. 309 baUots were cast. (2/3 vote 206) YES 234 NO 75 ARTICLE THREE PASSED. 

FOURTH: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, contingent upon the passage of Article 
three, the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand ($250,000.00) Dollars in addition to the simis set forth in 
Article tlu'ee, or any other sum for the purchase of lands and the additional construction necessary for a 
Safety Complex Facility which would include Town Ofiices; and for purchasing equipment and 
furnishings of a lasting character in connection therewith; and to authorize the issuance of not more than 
$250,000.00 of bonds or notes in accordance with the pro\isions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 
Chapter 33) and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and to 
determine the rate in interest thereon; and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to take any and all actions 
necessarj' to cany out any vote thereunder; or to take any action relative thereof The sum to be raised 
may be reduced by the amount of funds from grants-in-aid or other fimds as may now or hereafter be 
forthcoming from Federal, State, local, or private agencies that would benefit the Town. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
(Amount included in the Budget) (2/3 Vote Required) 

Al Samson moved the article, seconded by Gail Clark. Jim Headd presented the plan. The cost would 
add 18 cents per thousand to the tax rate. Jim responded that all safety issues have been addressed. Don 
Dollard stated that the Historical Association would be interested in the current town hall building. 
Discussion continued until 3;30P.M., when Alan Cote moved the question, seconded by Paula Marzloflf. 
Motion to cease discussion and vote on Article Four passed. Voting on Article Four began at 3:33P.M. 
and remained open until 4:33P.M. Voting was by paper ballot color coded for this article. 283 ballots 
were cast. (2/3 vote 189) The moderator verified the result of Article Four vote by recount. 
YES 187 NO 96 ARTICLE FOUR DEFEATED BY TWO VOTES. 

FIFTH: To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $6,500.00 for the purchase of an 
Accu-Vote ES-2000 optical scan vote tabulator to be used for vote tabulation at town/state elections and 
town meeting. (By Petition) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) (Amount Included in the Budget) 



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Article Five moved by Nancy Gagnon, seconded by Mary GrifQn. Carl Mayland moved the question, 
seconded by Sandy Wingate. Motion to vote on Article Five passed. Vote on Article Five was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE FIVE PASSED. 

SIXTH: To See if the Town will vote to abolish the Auburn Police Commission, eflFective upon 
passage of this article. (By Petition) 

Article Six moved by Paula MarzloflF, seconded by Sue Jenkins. After some discussion, Sue Jenkins 
moved the question, seconded by Alan Cote. Motion to cease discussion and vote on Article Six passed. 
A secret ballot vote was requested by 5 registered voters. Paper ballot vote results: YES 54 NO 180 
(7 void) ARTICLE SIX WAS DEFEATED. 

Selectman, Albert Samson, presented the first Auburn Annual Service Award for 1998 to Pat Foskitt. 
A plaque will hang in the Town Hall with the name of each year's winner. 

SEVENTH: Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 3 l:95-c to restrict Ninety One Thousand, Two 
hundred Seventy Nine ($91,279.00.) Dollars of revenues from State Highway Block Grant Aid for the 
purpose of road reconstruction. Such revenues and expenditures shall be accounted for in a special 
revenue fund and added to the existing Highway Reconstruction Fund, separate from the general fimd. 
Any suiplus in said fiind shall not be deemed part of the general fund accumulated surplus and shall be 
expended only after a vote by the legislative body to appropriate a specific amount from said fund for a 
specific purpose related to the purpose of the fimd or source of the revenue. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
(Amount Included in the Budget) 

Article Seven was moved by James Headd, seconded by Bertrand Ouellette. After limited discussion, Carl 
Mayland moved the question, seconded by AJ Samson. Vote to cease discussion and vote on Article 
Seven passed. Vote on Article Seven was in the affirmative and ARTICLE SEVEN PASSED. 

EIGHTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Eight 
Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty -One ($208,72 1.00)DolIars to be added to the Highway Reconstruction 
Fund. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
(Amount Included in the Budget) 

Article Eight was moved by Jim Headd, seconded by Carl Mayland. Vote on Article Eight was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE EIGHT PASSED. 

NINTH: To see if the Town of Auburn will vote to raise and appropriate $35,000 for the future 
revaluation of the municipalitj-. This amount to be added to a Capital Reserve Fund established for this 
purpose. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Not Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
(Not Included in the Budget) 

Article Nine was mo^•ed by Gail Clark and seconded by Carol Peterson. Gail explained that this is the 
third and final year to appropriate for a revaluation. Revaluation will not be done this year. Vote on 
Article Nine was in the negative and ARTICLE NINE WAS DEFEATED. 

TENTH: To see if the town will vote to amend the existing agreement under Section 218 of the Social 
Security act by excluding the services performed by election workers for a calendar year in which the 
remuneration paid for such service is less than $1,000.00. The $1,000.00 limit on the excludable amount 
of remuneration paid in a calendar year for the services specified in this modification will be subject to 
adjustment for calendar years after 1999 to reflect changes in wages in the economy without any further 
modification of the agreement, with respect to such services performed during such calendar years in 
accordance with Section 218(c)(8)(B) of the Social Security Act. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 

Article Ten was moved by Al Samson, seconded by Mary Griffin. Vote on Article Ten was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE TEN PASSED. 



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ELEVENTH: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to Two Hundred Fifty 
Thousand ($250,000.00) Dollars for the closxire of the Town's Solid Waste Facility, with said sum to be 
reimbursed through revenues received from Waste Management of New Hampshire, Inc., a private source. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
Article Eleven was moved by Gail Clark, seconded by Dick Vecchione. Gail explained that Article 
Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen are related. Article Eleven raises the funds; Article Twelve restricts the 
funds; Article Thirteen accepts the funds from Waste Management. As soon as fimds are expended for 
the closure of the Town's Solid Waste Facility, Waste Management will reimburse. Gail Clark explained 
that to cap the facility will cost approximately $313,300, or to haul away will cost approximately 
$1,067,000. If we cap, it will cost about $10,000 per year to monitor for 30 years, which must be done 
according to state law. Our agreement with Waste Management is for them to reimburse us up to 
$250,000 for closure. Any charges in excess of that will be our responsibility. This and the next two 
articles will have absolutely no effect on the tax rate. Motion to move question by Dick Vecchione, 
seconded by Bert Ouellette. Vote to cease discussion and vote on Article Eleven passed. Vote on Article 
Eleven was in the afBrmative, and ARTICLE ELEVEN PASSED. 

TWELFTH: Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 3 1 :95-c to restrict up to $250,000.00 of revenues 
from reimbursement payments designated by Waste Management of New Hampshire, Inc. for the costs of 
closure of the Town's Solid Waste Facility to expenditures for the purpose of both paying for, and 
reimbursing the Town for, the costs of closure of the Town's Solid Waste Facility? Such revenues and 
expenditures shall be accounted for in a special revenue fund to be known as the Solid Waste Special 
Revenue Fund, separate from the general fund. Any surplus in the fund shall not be deemed part of the 
general fund accumulated surplus and shall be expended only after a vote by the legislative body to 
appropriate a specific amount from said fund for a specific purpose related to the purpose of the fund or 
source of the revenue. (Majority vote required for passage) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) (Amount Included in the Budget) 

Article Twelve moved by Gail Clark, seconded by Dick Vecchione. Vote on Article Twelve was in the 
afiirmative and ARTICLE TWELVE PASSED. 

THmTEENTH: To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to expend up to $250,000.00 of the 
revenue accounted for in the Solid Waste Special Revenue Fund and received from Waste Management of 
New Hampshire, Inc., a private source, for the closure of the Town's Solid Waste Facility. (Recommended 
by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) (Amount Included in the Budget) 
Article Thirteen moved by Gail Clark, seconded by Bert OueUette. Vote on Article Thirteen was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE THIRTEEN PASSED. 

FOURTEENTH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate for and 
accept an offer to sell, and to convey, without any requirement of competitive bidding, the parcel of land 
owned by the Town, identified as Map 6, Lot 18, consisting of 140 acres more or less of land, and known 
as the "Rifle Range" property and fiirther to impose such terms and conditions on sale as they deem to be 
in the best interests of the Town, and to reject any terms, conditions or offers on sale as they deem to be in 
the best interests of the Town, also to reject any terms, conditions or offers for sale deemed unacceptable 
by the Board of Selectmen, provided that the sale price shall not be less than $1,000,000.00 and any such 
sale shall be subject to restrictive covenants and conditions regulating development of the parcel for the 
benefit of the Town. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 

Article Fourteen was moved by James Headd, seconded by Harland Eaton. Jim Headd explained that 
Articles Fourteen through Twenty are related. These are housekeeping articles to facilitate the sale of the 
Rifle Range. The Army Corps of Engineers has cleaned up the property. A purchase and sales agreement 
has been entered into with P.D. Associates, a commercial park developer , at a sales price of $1,000,000. 
A $10,000 deposit has been made with $190,000 due in six months and $165,000 due annually until paid 
off. After some discussion, Carl Mayland moved the question, seconded by Ken Rhodes. The vote to 
cease discussion and vote on Article Fourteen passed. Vote on Article Fourteen was in the affirmative and 
ARTICLE FOURTEEN PASSED. 



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At this time, Al Samson, Selectman, presented a letter of appreciation and a gift to James Headd for his 
service as a member of the Board of Selectmen. Thank you, Jim. We all appreciate your dedication. 

FIFTEENTH: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the provisions of NH Revised Statutes Annotated 
Chapter 162-G, so as to allow the Town to foster and encourage the development of industrial facilities 
within its boundaries acting through a voluntary nonprofit public corporation to be formed under the 
provisions of NH RSA 162-G: 15, and NH RSA 292: 1 et seq., alone or in concert with one or more other 
governmental units, by acquiring, developing, e.xpanding, leasing and disposing of such facilities. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 

Article Fifteen was moved by James Headd, seconded by Carl Mayland. Vote on Article Fifteen was in 
the affirmative and ARTICLE FIFTEEN PASSED. 

SIXTEENTH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to incorporate and establish the 
Auburn Development Authority, a voluntary, nonprofit public corporation to be formed imder the 
provisions of NH RSA 162-G: 15 and NH RSA 292: 1 et seq., for the purpose of taking advantage of the 
provisions of NH RSA 162-G: 1 et seq., in order to foster and encourage industrial development within the 
industrial zones in the Town of Auburn; to authorize the Board of Selectmen to appoint six directors to 
serve a three year term, with the terms of the initial directors to be staggered so that 1/3 rd of the directors 
will be appointed each year. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 

Article Sixteen moved by Jim Headd, seconded by Nancy Mayland. Vote on Article Sixteen was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE SIXTEEN PASSED, 

SEVENTEENTH: To see if the town will vote to approve the transfer to the Auburn Development 
Authority of 1/2 of 1% of the net proceeds received by the Town in the event of a sale of the Rifle Range 
Property in accord with Article 14 for the purpose of encouraging business development in the 
commercial and industrial zones of the Town. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 
Article Seventeen moved by Jim Headd, seconded by Bert Ouellette. Vote on Article Seventeen was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE SEVENTEEN PASSED. 

EIGHTEENTH: To see if the Town \vill vote to dissolve the Auburn Industrial Development 
Corporation, a voluntary nonprofit corporation formed under the provisions of NH RSA 292:1-17 and the 
now repealed provisions of NH RSA 162-J: 16, and upon its dissolution to transfer all of its assets to the 
newly formed voluntary nonprofit corporation known as the Auburn Development Authority, and to 
provide that, upon the eventual dissolution or liquidation of such corporation, all of its assets shall vest in 
and be distributed to the Town to take appropriate action relative thereto. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) 

Article Eighteen moved by Jim Headd, seconded by Charles Worster. Vote on Article Eighteen was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE EIGHTEEN PASSED. 

NINETEENTH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen, in the event that the Rifle 
Range property. Tax map 6, Lot 18, is not conveyed to the proposed buyer, in accord with Article 14, to 
convey the property to the newly formed Auburn Development Authority to be used by the corporation for 
those purposes authorized by RSA 162-G: 1, et seq. (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen). 
Article Nineteen moved by Jim Headd, seconded by Bert Ouellette. Vote on Article Nineteen was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE NINETEEN PASSED. 

TWENTIETH: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand 
($25,000.00) Dollars for use by the Auburn Development Authority or other appropriate authority for 
engineering, assessing, legal and other fees and costs associated with the sale of the Rifle Range Property 
and for the encouragement of the development of industrial uses in the Town of Auburn. 
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 



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Article Twenty moved by Jim Headd, seconded by Bert Ouellette. Vote on Article Twenty was in the 
affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY PASSED. 

TWENTY-FIRST: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to make application for and 
to receive and spend such advances, grants-in-aid, or other fluids for Town purposes as may now, or 
hereafter be forthcoming from Federal, State, local or private agencies. 

Article Twenty-one was moved by Herb TardifF, seconded by Carl Mayland. Vote on Article Twenty-one 
was in the affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY-ONE PASSED. 

TWENTY-SECOND: To see if the Town will vote to accept such Triist Funds as may come in during the 
year and Trust Funds as have not been previously accepted. 

Article Twenty-two was moved by Julie Gage, seconded by Daniel Gelinas. Vote on Article Twenty-two 
was in the affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY-TWO PASSED. 

TWENTY-THIRD: To see if the Town will vote to use the income of the H. B. Bumham Fund for the 
schools or library. 

David Griffin moved to use the income of the H.B. Bumham Fund for the hbrary. Seconded by Nancy 
Mayland. Vote on Article Twenty-three as moved was in the affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY- 
THREE WAS PASSED TO USE INCOME OF THE HB. BURNHAM FUND FOR THE 
LIBRARY. 

TWENTY-FOURTH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to accept gifts, for the use 
of the Town as may now or hereafter be forthcoming. 

Article Twenty-four was moved by Charles Worster, seconded by Paula MarzloflF. Vote on Article 
Twenty-four was in the affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY-FOUR PASSED. 

TWENTY-FIFTH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in 
anticipation of taxes. 

Article Twenty-five was moved by Ken Rhodes, seconded by Dick Vecchione. Vote on Article Twenty- 
five was in the affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY-FIVE PASSED. 

TWENTY-SIXTH: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to dispose of any or all 
property acquired by tax deed, bj- public auction or sealed bid, with right to reject all bids. 
Article Twenty-six was moved by James Headd, seconded by Alan Cote. Vote on Article Twenty-six was 
in the affirmative and ARTICLE TWENTY-SEiC PASSED. 

TWENTY-SEVENTH: To hear the repon of the Budget Committee and to see what sum of money the 

TowTi will vote to raise and appropriate to defray Town charges and legal obligations for the ensuing year. 

Article Twenty-seven moved by Bertrand Ouellette in the amount of $3, 124,595.00, seconded by Cari 

Mayland. 

Alan Cote moved to amend Article Twenty-seven to increase the bottom line of the budget by $250,000, 

said money to be used to construct a new Town Hall in conjunction with the construction of the new safety 

complex. Said amount to be offset by revenues from the sale of the Rifle Range property. Seconded by 

Paula Marzloff. 

Discussion ensued, and the voters present felt that many people had already left the meeting and it would 

not be appropriate to vote on this issue now. The earlier vote had expressed the wishes of the voters. 

Vote on amendment to increase the budget by $250,000 was negative and amendment failed. 

Jim Headd moved to add $6,000 to make computers Y2K compliant. Seconded by Collie Cleaves. 

Vote on amendment to add $6,000 was in the affirmative and $6,000.00 was added. 

Jim Headd moved to add $60,000 for winter maintenance. Seconded by Carol Peterson. Vote on 

amendment to add $60,000 was in the affirmative and $60,000.00 was added. 



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Vote was taken to raise and appropriate $3,190,595.00 to defray town charges and legal obligations for 
the ensuing year. Vote was in the affirmative and $3,190^95.00 (Three Million, One Hundred and 
Ninety Thousand, Five Hundred and Ninety Five Dollars) was raised and appropriated to defray 
town charges and legal obligations for the ensuing year. This is all inclusive. 

TWENTY-EIGHTH: To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting. 

Bruce Phillips made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Carl Mayland. Meeting adjourned at 6:20P.M. 

Respectfully submitted. 





Nancy H. jSagnon 1/ 
Town Cl^k. / 



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EMPLOYEE 
1999 EARNED WAGES 



Name 

Town Employees 

Albert Samson, Chairman Selectmen 

Gail Clark, Selectman 

Harland Eaton, Selectman 

James Headd, Selectman 

Howard Burgess, Trustee of Trust Funds 

Columbine Cleaves, Office Manager 

Wendy Reed, Budget & Finance Coordinator 

Dale Phillips, Administrative Assessing Coordinator 

Pauline DeGelan, Selectmen's Secretary Clerk 

Pamela Henley, Secretary 

Julie Nadeau, Secretary 

Claudette Morency, Budget Comm. Secretary 

Yvonne Crocker, Deputy Tax Collector, 

ZBA. Recreation 
Carrie Rouleau-Cote, Planning Board 

Secretary & Building Inspector Sub 
James Doolin, Building Inspector 
David Jore, Building Inspector 
Eva Lunnie, Tax Collector 
Nancy Gagon, Town Clerk 
Joanne Linxweiler, Deputy Town Clerk, 

Deputy Tax Collector 
Alison Dipietro, Deputy Tax Collector 
Joseph Cleaves, Deputy Tax Collector 
Jayne Jackson, Treasurer 
Judy Miller-Nesbitt, Deputy Treasurer 
George Eaton, Custodian 
James Breault, Groundskeeper 
Joseph Stacy, Road Agent 
Leo Blais, Health Officer 
Mitchell Henley, Welfare Officer 
Jarlene Cornett, Animal Control Officer 

Police Department 

Gary Bartis, Police Officer, Detective 

Michael Bernard, Police Officer 

Michael Berntsen, Police Officer 

Jerome Blanchard, Police Officer 

Roland Collins Jr, Police Officer 

Jacqueline Daoust, Secretary 

Dona Davis, Admin. Assist, Police Officer 

Michelle Dowse, Dispatch, Police Officer 

David Flight, Police Officer, Sgt. 

Daniel Goonan, Police Officer 

Timothy King, Police Officer 

Richard Langlois, Police Officer 

Michael McGillen, Police Officer 

David Patten, Police Officer 

Edward Picard, Chief 

Jane Rego, Dispatch 

Paul Roberts, Police Officer 

Scott Tardiff, Police Officer 

Henry Wade, Police Officer 



Regular Wages 


Overtime 


Outside Detail ** 


Gross Wages 


1,926.25 






1.926.25 


1,880.00 






1.880.00 


1,360.00 






1.360.00 


625.00 






625.00 


359.00 






359.00 


26,593.18 






26,593.18 


26,365.45 


1,719.35 




28,084.80 


11,157.16 






11,157.16 


736.13 






736.13 


945.94 






945.94 


70.98 






70.98 


1,480.79 






1,480.79 


7,586.00 






7,586.00 
0.00 


11,261.68 


87.75 




11,349.43 
0.00 


3,131.37 






3,131.37 


13,133.55 


259.83 




13,393.38 


12,000.00 






12,000.00 


9,714.50 






9,714.50 


4,125.09 






4,125.09 
000 


94.00 






94.00 


447.20 






447.20 


1,185.00 






1,185.00 


200.00 






200.00 


3,113.17 






3,113.17 


3.000.00 






3.000.00 


1,260.00 






1.260.00 


1,550.00 






1.550.00 


1,335.00 






1.335.00 


7,740.96 






7,740.96 


31,841.12 


1,850.84 


2,694.86 


36,386.82 


6,218.45 


204.38 


547.00 


6,969.83 


1,138.50 




30.00 


1,168.50 


9,826.17 


408.72 


703.00 


10,937.89 


15,401.05 


1,818.49 


5,287.38 


22,506 92 


421.63 






421.63 


28,377.12 


998.73 




29,375.85 


18,796.54 


886.78 


1.034.00 


20,717.32 


37,131.42 


1,863.95 


6.053.17 


45.048.54 


12,452.80 




1,769.64 


14.222.44 


969.15 




60.00 


1,029.15 


5,575.50 




140.00 


5,715.50 


32,005.74 


3,994.17 


6,132.16 


42,132.07 


8,531.81 




310.00 


8,841.81 


47,711.39 




3.578.24 


51,289.63 


6,591.76 


315.21 




6,906.97 


2,475.00 






2,475.00 


16,827.90 


1,101.27 


2,595.00 


20,524.17 


5,152.50 


614.25 


869.00 


6,635.75 



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Name 

Edith Cummings 
Deborah Dimitriadis 



Library 



Elections 

Patricia Allard, Supervisor 
Dorothy Carpenter, Clerl< 
Marjorie Chase, Clerk 
Orrin Chase, Clerk 
Margo Cox, Supervisor 
Mary Griffin, Assistant Town Clerk 
Susan Jenkins, Supervisor 
Judith Pineault, Clerk 
Mary Ann Rolfe, Clerk 
Charles Stritch, Moderator 
Alan Villeneuve, Booths 
James Villeneuve, Booths 

Volunteer Fire Department 

Susan Anderson 
Roman Bastek 
Eric Battistelli 
Ken Beauchene 
Peter Boudreau 
Robert DeGroot 
Michael Dignard 
Todd Dignard 
Michael Dipietro 
Jessica Dollard 
Benjamin Eaton 
Marcel Faucher 
Ron Geoffroy Sr 
Robert Goodwin 
David Hill 
Scott Hoffacker 
Richard Kiley 
Dennis LaPlante 
Heather Lemay 
Sandy Lemay 
Taz Lombardy 
Dennis McCarthy 
John McCaugherty 
Mark Myers 
James OIkovikas 
Bruce Phillips 
Jeffrey Quinn 
Colin Roach 
Robert Selinga 
James Thompson 
David Totsch 
Steve Vanni 
Bill Wright 

Total 



Regular Wages Overtime Outside Detail ** Gross Wages 


16,810.83 328.18 


17,139.01 


1,804.00 


1,804.00 


252,23 


252,23 


60.00 


60.00 


60.00 


60.00 


60.00 


60.00 


252.23 


252.23 


75.00 


75.00 


252.23 


252.23 


60.00 


60.00 


60.00 


60.00 


115.00 


115.00 


120.00 


120.00 


80.00 


80.00 


100.00 


100.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


462.23 


462.23 


700.00 


700.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


100.00 


100.00 


410.15 


410.15 


500.00 


500.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


250.00 


250.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


312.50 


312.50 


429.50 


429.50 


351.56 


351.56 


150.00 


150.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


403.64 


403.64 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


100.00 


100.00 


250.00 


250.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


300.00 


300.00 


483,204.05 16,451.90 


31,803.45 531,459.40 



'Outside Detail offset by revenue 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VeNPOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


LIENS PAID TO TAX COLLECTOR 




ABATEMENTS/REFUNDS ISSUED 




TOWN OF AUBURN 


456.03 


LYDIA ADAMS 


50.81 


PHANEUF FUNERAL HOMES 


500.00 


ALLSTATE BUILDERS 


48.00 


TOTAL 


956.03 


CHAD & KAYLEE AMES 


148.98 






TOWN OF AUBURN 


388.75 


COBRA PAYMENTS 




PAUL BARRETT 


105.38 


NHMA HEALTH INSURANCE 


1,472.26 


GERARD & FAYTH BELAND 


503.01 


NH MUNICIPAL ASSOCIAT 


2,309.97 


JEAN & EUGENIA BELANG 


12.16 


JO ANN TURGEON OVERPAYT. 


100.00 


THOMAS & SHEILA BRISS 


2,548.47 


TOTAL 


3,882.23 


COLLEEN P COLEMAN 


381.90 






STEVEN CRAGHEAD 


156.16 


EMPLOYEE FUNDED PAYMENTS 




CROWN BANK 


994.05 


CITIZENS BANK 


122,144.40 


JOHN DIVELBISS, JR 


253.33 


NHMA HEALTH INSURANCE 


66,978.45 


DOVENMUEHLE MORTGAGE 


2,032.12 


NH MUNICIPAL ASSOC. 


281.01 


MICHAEL & LAURA GALLE 


0.53 


NH RETIREMENT SYSTEM 


39,388.68 


JOSEPH OGELINAS 


700.00 


ST MARY'S BANK 


12,720.00 


DAVID & COLLETTE GEND 


184.06 


UNITED WAY 


286.00 


NOREEN GONZALES 


1,817.67 


TOTAL 


241,798.54 


MARTIN HECK 


33.13 






ALBERT & TERESA HEGGE 


38.55 


PAID FROM ESCROW DEPOSITS 




BARBARA & WAYNE HOWEL 


173.41 


DUFRESNE- HENRY INC 


70,187.63 


COST AS & EVANGELICA 


1.07 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY REG 


128.00 


CHRISTOS& JENNIE 


768.40 


RYAN V INC 


20,541.73 


JOSEPH & KATHARINE 


3,506.44 


TOTAL 


90,857.36 


LAMPHERE CONSTRUCTION 


3.89 






DON LAWRENCE 


53.62 


RETAINACES RETURNED 




SHEILA LEMOS 


976.33 


J ROLFE CONSTRUCTION 


15,112.81 


MARTIN & MARGARET 


128.12 


TOTAL 


15,112.81 


MAINE DRILLING & BLAS 


2,279.87 






RUTH MARTIN 


827.74 


FT.MOUNTAIN TIMBER 




NH ELECTRIC COOP 


1.95 


TOWN AUBURN TAX COLLECT. 


2,185.25 


IRIS E. NEWDORF 


2,836.11 


TOTAL 


2,185.25 


NORTHEAST LAND TITLE 


1,540.81 






LUCIEN POULETTE 


382.73 


BOAT LAUNCH 




LEE-ANN RILEY 


1,400.00 


ESPANA BUILDING & DEV 


750.00 


STEVE & DONNA ROY 


2,827.65 


PLOURDE SAND & GRAVEL 


4,303.99 


MARK & LINDA SOWA 


2,158.83 


J ROLFE CONSTRUCTION 


5,323.00 


GEORGE STERGIOU 


184.76 


TOTAL 


10,376.99 


TRANSAMERICA R E TAX 


180.00 






DAVID TRUDEAU 


1,393.39 






ALAN VILLENEUVE 


852.24 






LAURA L WILSON 


843.53 






MICHAEL ZORAWOWICZ 


205.38 






TOTAL 


33,923.33 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


BUILDING PERMITS REFUNDED 




FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION, continued 


BILL TROMBLY 


25.00 


YVONNE CROCKER 


14.08 


TOTAL 


25.00 


DEVINE SYSTEMS 


835.00 






IRS 


21.88 


TOWN CLERK REFUNDS 




PAULA MARZLOFF 


92.00 


RAYMOND CARROLL 


94.00 


NH TAX COLL.ASSOC. 


20.00 


MICHAEL GILON 


58.00 


PLODZIK & SANDERSON 


6,800.00 


NH BLACKTOP SEALERS 


14.00 


TOTAL 


18,602.96 


TOTAL 


166.00 


LEGAL EXPENSES 




INSURANCE CLAIM PAYMENTS 




BEAUMONT & CAMPBELL 


52.50 


NH MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION 


206.62 


WADLEIGH, STARR 


7,505.77 


SOS ALARMS 


3,132.90 


TOTAL 


7,558.27 


TOTAL 


3,339.52 


PLANNING & ZONING 




EXECUTIVE DEPT 




AT&T 


415.48 


GAIL CLARK 


750.00 


BELL ATLANTIC 


715.79 


HARLAND EATON 


662.50 


BOCA INTERNATIONAL 


337.00 


JAMES F HEADD 


187.50 


BOSTON GLOBE 


824.76 


ALBERT SAMSON 


750.00 


YVONNE CROCKER 


37.46 


TOTAL 


2,350.00 


DAVIS & TOWLE 


129.96 






DEVINE SYSTEMS 


279.00 


DAVIS & TOWLE 


547.89 


JAMES DOOLIN 


265.60 


SIR SPEEDY PRINTING 


3,969.55 


DUFRESNE- HENRY INC 


1,943.62 


TOTAL 


4,517.44 


FRANK EDELMANN & CO 


1,155.00 






THE HOME DEPOT 


41.52 


ELECTION. REGISTRATIONS & VITALS 


DAVID JORE 


834.64 


DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 


2,072.00 


MARION OFFICE 


12.98 


AUBURN HISTORICAL ASSOC. 


25.00 


PAULA MARZLOFF 


100.00 


DOOLITTLES PRINTSERVE 


65.50 


NATL FIRE PROTECTION 


85.35 


NANCY GAGNON 


420.90 


NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLIC. 


48.00 


IDS IDENTIFICATION 


199.10 


NH BLDG. ASSOC. 


25.00 


INSTY-PRINTS 


41.55 


N.E.DUPLICATOR 


973.25 


LEXIS LAW PUBLISHING 


484.87 


NHMA 


25.00 


LHS ASSOCIATES INC 


459.00 


CAROL PETERSON 


25.00 


MELISSA MCCARTHY 


135.00 


POSTMASTER 


90.27 


NH CITY & T.CLERK ASSOC. 


20.00 


WENDY REED 


114.98 


TREAS.STATE OF NH. 


1,365.00 


ROCKINGHAM CO.REGISTRY 


509.00 


ALAN VILLENEUVE 


100.00 


CARRIE ROULEAU-COTE 


133.12 


TOTAL 


5,387.92 


SIGNATURE PRESS 


211.00 






SO.NH. PLANNING 


157.50 


FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 




UNION LEADER CORP. 


1,464.07 


AVITAR ASSOC. 


10,290.00 


WADLEIGH, STARR 


30,708.57 


BOUNDARY LINE RESEARCH 


530.00 


TOTAL 


41,662.92 


continued 









38 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 




BELMONT SPRINGS WATER 


280.45 


ACE COMPUTER 


75.00 


DAN CARPENTER INC 


168.00 


AT&T 


249.11 


COLUMBINE CLEAVES 


391.96 


BELL ATLANTIC MOBILE 


134.32 


EMSR 


200.00 


BELL ATLANTIC 


2,340.66 


GRINNELL FIRE PROTECTION 


180.55 


BIRCHWOOD BUS.PRODUCTS 


149.10 


THE HOME DEPOT 


89.59 


BOSTON GLOBE 


623.04 


MARION OFFICE 


55.98 


BUDG.& FIN.WORKSHOPS 


25.00 


MASSABESIC SEN.CITIZENS 


500.00 


CAP.BUSINESS FORMS 


1,386.66 


OFFICEMAX 


47.47 


GAIL CLARK 


14.39 


PETTY CASH;ICE MELT 


2.00 


COLUMBINE CLEAVES 


461.00 


POLAND SPRING WATER 


42.33 


COMPUSENSE 


2,108.92 


PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 


2,063.95 


CONCORD MONITOR 


75.76 


WENDY REED 


16.43 


CONWAY OFFICE PRODUCT 


1,055.65 


SEARS NATIONAL BANK 


298.87 


CPI PRINTING SERVICE 


103.35 


SOS ALARMS 


65.00 


CRAFTSMEN PRESS 


8,857.00 


TREASURER STATE OF NH 


258.68 


YVONNE CROCKER 


2.97 


MD STETSON INC 


49.18 


DEVINE SYSTEMS 


22,859.42 


JIM TROMBLY PLUMBING 


537.94 


DOLLARD ASSOC. 


935.40 


VIKING OIL 


1,889.81 


EASTERN SECURITY 


399.96 


TOTAL 


7,138.19 


ELECT.& CONV.PRINTERS 


149.00 






EMBLEM AND BADGE INC 


24.25 


CEMETERIES 




FRED PRYOR SEMINARS 


59.00 


AUBURN VILL CEMETERY 


900.00 


AL GAGE 


375.00 


LONGMEADOW CEMETERY 


7,000.00 


JULIE GAGE 


375.00 


TOTAL 


7,900.00 


NANCY GAGNON 


62.28 






LEXIS LAW PUBLISHING 


51.38 


INSURANCE 




LOGIN 


25.00 


BELL-HERRING 


1,230.00 


EVA L LUNNIE 


145.75 


COMP.FUNDS OF NH./WC 


1,455.06 


MARION OFFICE 


1,546.58 


COMP.FUNDSOFNH/UN 


14,307.73 


CARL AND JOAN JONES 


102.20 


DEVINE SYSTEMS 


1,350.25 


CLAUDETTE MORENCY 


7.96 


MANCHESTER AUTO GLASS 


927.24 


NATIONAL INFORMATION 


46.90 


NHMA PROP.LIABILITY 


23,510.00 


NEIGHBORHOOD PUB. 


60.00 


NH. FEDERAL SURPLUS 


3,000.00 


NH ASSN OF ASSESSING 


20.00 


TOTAL 


45,780.28 


NHGFOA 


50.00 






NHMA 


67.50 


DUES 




NH STATE PRISON 


32.72 


NH MUNICIPAL ASSOC. 


4,192.17 


NHBA 


45.00 


SOUTHERN NH PLANNING 


2,827.00 


OFFICEMAX 


1,381.62 


TOTAL 


7,019.17 


OFFICEMAX 


108.05 



continued 



39 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VFNDOR NAME 



AMOUNT 



VENDOR NAME 



AMOUNT 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT, continued 



7231 STAMP FULF.CENTER 


1,626.80 


DALE PHILLIPS 


30.19 


POSTMASTER 


4,638.87 


WENDY REED 


459.31 


ROCKINGHAM CO.REGISTRY 


599.83 


SOS ALARMS 


192.00 


STAMPED ENVELOPE UNIT 


2,172.40 


TREASURER STATE OF NH 


135.05 


UNION LEADER 


248.35 


MICHAEL ZORAWOWICZ 


9.49 


TOTAL 


56,704.19 


POLICE 




ABLE APPLIANCE 


55.00 


ADT SECURITY SYSTEMS 


261.08 


AMERICAN POLICE MOTOR 


2,400.00 


AMHERST LLC 


129.65 


ANGELOS RESTAURANT 


43.20 


ARCH 


313.03 


ARMAMENT SYS.& PROCED. 


30.00 


AT&T 


564.33 


AUBURN POLICE ASSOC. 


5.00 


AUBURN SUPERMARKET 


3,468.23 


AUBURN SUPERMARKET 


66.01 


AUBURN TIRE & TOYS 


1,926.70 


BABB MOTORS 


1,977.44 


GARY BARTIS 


300.00 


BELL ATLANTIC MOBILE 


1,995.22 


BELL ATLANTIC 


6,519.01 


BELMONT SPRINGS WATER 


687.50 


MICHAEL BERNARD 


55.82 


JEROME BLANCHARD 


175.00 


C & B ELECTRONICS 


5,237.25 


DAN CARPENTER INC 


168.00 


CEN-COM 


177.50 


CHESTER HARDWARE 


16.00 


ROLAND COLLINS 


96.99 


RICHARD MCGILLEN 


357.70 


CHIEF MICHAEL DALEY 


10.00 


DAVE ALLEN LINCOLN-MERC. 


109.00 


DAVIS & TOWLE 


2,826.04 


DONA DAVIS 


193.44 


DEVINE SYSTEMS 


1,689.19 


continued 





POLICE, continued 
DOWSE,MICHELLE 
EJM CARPET & UPHOLSTRY 
ECP/LRBF INC 
JAMES ELLIS TRK SERVICE 
EMERGENCY WARNING SYS 
EWS/EMERGENCY VEHICLE 
DAVID FLIGHT 
GALLS INC 

GLADSTONE FORD CHRYSLER 
GO GO MART 
DANIEL GOONAN 
MARK GOSSELIN 
GRAMS AUTO BODY 
GRANITE STATE STAMPS 
HOLIDAY INN 

INTL ASSN. CHIEFS OF POLICE 
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS 
INFO.MGMT. 
INTL ASSN. FOR ID. 
TIMOTHY KING 
LAKEVIEW EXXON 
RICHARD LANGLOIS 
LEXIS LAW PUBLISHING 
LIBERTY PRESS 
LOIS INC 

"THE MANIPULATORS" 
MICHAEL MCGILLEN 
MOTORCAR ALTERNATIVES 
NATL ASSOC.CHIEFS POLICE 
NATIONAL IMPRINT CORP 
NEIOLEM 
NEPTUNE 

NE ASSOC.CHIEFS POLICE 
NH ASSOC.CHIEFS POLICE 
NH.BAR ASSOC. 
NHMA 

NH POLICE ASSOCIATION 
NEW HAMPSHIRE MEDICAL 
THE NEW ENGLAND INSTI 
NFI NORTH 
OFFICEMAX 

PARTNERS OCCUP.HEALTH 
DAVID A PATTEN 

continued 



206.14 

130.00 

511.25 

127.00 

342.07 

2,718.00 

300.00 

434.15 

1,217.22 

3,539.59 

185.20 

59.50 

748.50 

160.88 

100.00 

100.00 

587.20 

2,850.00 

60.00 

10.20 

3,767.08 

178.40 

746.47 

132.00 

850.00 

49.00 

314.11 

41.43 

50.00 

186.93 

95.00 

1,957.05 

50.00 

75.00 

80.00 

316.41 

86.00 

81.00 

1,590.00 

80.00 

501.41 

55.00 

425.00 



40 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


POLICE, continued 




VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 




PHOTOS PLUS INC 


1,040.34 


911 MAGAZINE 


18.95 


PHOTOS PLUS MANCHESTER 


62.10 


AIRGAS 


434.18 


EDWARD PICARD 


1,024.99 


ARC ELECTROSTATIC PAINT. 


400.00 


PLASTIC SUPPLY INC. 


124.93 


AT&T 


334.41 


POSTMASTER 


44.00 


AUBURN SUPERMARKET 


207.57 


THE POSTMASTER 


710.00 


AUBURN SUPERMARKET 


15.12 


PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 


2,600.50 


ROMAN BASTEK 


95.04 


QUILL CORPORATION 


155.74 


ERICBAI IISTELLI 


15.84 


JANE REGO 


50.00 


KEN BEAUCHESNE 


11.62 


RILEYS SPORT SHOP 


1,684.57 


BECHARD TIRE COMPANY 


88.00 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY LAW 


55.00 


BELL ATLANTIC MOBILE 


502.45 


SAM'S CLUB 


662.39 


BELL ATLANTIC 


2,522.23 


SCHWAAB 


26.70 


BELL-HERRING 


9,956.34 


SEA CREST CAR WASH 


330.00 


PETER BOUDREAU 


410.13 


SPRINGING TEAL INC 


1,184.94 


BOUND TREE CORP 


1,216.34 


TREASURER STATE OF NH 


908.41 


BRANCH CORPORATION 


512.78 


SCOTT TARDIFF 


441.80 


GORDON BUTCHER 


29.99 


TELEPHONE NETWORK TEC 


230.00 


C & B ELECTRONICS 


2,950.25 


TIME FOR YOU 


2,762.00 


C & S SPECIALTY INC 


7,940.87 


TOXTRAP INC 


190.00 


CHESTER HARDWARE 


113.68 


TRANSMISSIONS PLUS 


49.95 


DANFOR TECH.GASES 


750.00 


TREADWAY GRAPHICS 


555.44 


DANIELS EQUIPMENT CO 


500.00 


UNION LEADER 


164.40 


DAVE'S SMALL ENGINE 


280.00 


WICKLANDER-ZULAWSKI 


379.00 


ROBERT DEGROOT 


285.76 


WORLDWIDE INFORMATION 


249.00 


DERRY FIRE DEPARTMENT 


3,225.00 


ZOEY'S PIZZA 


60.00 


MIKE DIGNARD 


71.28 


TOTAL 


73,693.72 


TODD DIGNARD 


63.36 






MIKE DIPIETRO 


23.76 


AMBULANCE 




ELLIOT HOSPITAL 


247.08 


TOWN OF DERRY 


45,000.00 


EMPIRE SHEET METAL 


800.00 


TOTAL 


45,000.00 


MARCEL FAUCHER 


185.51 






FERGUSON'S FLEET MAIN 


390.00 


SAFETY COMPLEX 




FIRE CHIEF 


54.00 


DUFRESNE- HENRY INC 


350.69 


FIRE ENGINEERING 


19.95 


HARLAND EATON 


32.76 


FLASKO ENTERPRISES 


120.50 


ESPANA BUILDING & DEV 


1,075.00 


FREIGHTLINER OF NH 


699.28 


FT.MTN.LAND& TIMBER 


234.75 


RONALD GEOFFROY 


27.51 


RSL LAYOUT & DESIGN 


6,149.01 


ROBERT GOODWIN 


95.04 


UNION LEADER CORP 


65.10 


WW GRAINGER 


67.40 


JOHN STACY 


360.00 


GRAYBAR ELECTRIC 


40.50 


WADLEIGH, STARR 


543.30 


GRAYBAR 


319.38 


TOTAL 


8,810.61 


ROBERT GRENIER 


71.28 



continued 



41 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, continued 


VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT. 


continued 


HALE PRODUCTS 


1,750.00 


MATT REED 


25.00 


ROB HASKINS 


15.84 


SANEL AUTO PARTS CO 


3,758.43 


HATCH PRINTING 


185.00 


ROBERT SELINGA 


73.36 


DAVID HILL 


87.12 


S.E.N.H.H.M.M.A.D. 


5,000.00 


SCOTT HOFFACKER 


73.36 


SOUTHWORTH-MILTON INC 


1,138.60 


THE HOME DEPOT 


1,109.02 


TREASURER STATE OF NH 


1,353.48 


INTL ASSOC.OF FIRE CHIEFS 


130.00 


NH FIRE ST.& TRAINING 


225.00 


INDEP.COMPRESSOR 


1,036.76 


TREASURER STATE OF NH 


49.32 


INTERSTATE EMERGENCY 


100.00 


PHILIP R.TALBOT JR 


40.00 


RICHARD KILEY 


79.20 


JAMES THOMPSON 


13.40 


LAB SAFETY SUPPLY 


112.03 


DAVID TOTSCH 


39.60 


DENNIS LAPLANTE 


55.44 


JIM TROMBLY PLUMBING 


245.75 


LASALLE NATIONAL BANK 


47,878.03 


STEVE VANNI 


64.19 


LEBLANCS HARDWARE 


97.07 


VIKING OIL 


46.50 


SANDI LEMAY 


33.45 


VISIONARY SYSTEMS LTD 


560.00 


MATT LOMBARDY 


39.60 


WASTE MANAGEMENT 


150.00 


MASUNE COMPANY 


72.45 


BILL WRIGHT 


368.66 


DENNIS MCCARTHY 


93.18 


TOTAL 


113,126.16 


JOHN M MCCAUGHERTY 


79.20 






ARTHUR MCCONNACHIE 


115.69 


EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 




MIRCROFLEX 


78.00 


ARCH 


1,740.94 


MILL HOUSE INN 


489.00 


C & B ELECTRONICS 


3,452.00 


MOQUINS STARTER 


645.50 


DAVE'S SMALL ENGINE 


280.00 


MOTOROLA PRODUCTS 


216.00 


DIRECT SAFETY COMPANY 


453.22 


MARK MYERS 


82.53 


OFFICEMAX 


107.89 


NATL FIRE & RESCUE 


20.00 


TOTAL 


6,034.05 


NATL FIRE PROTECTION 


115.00 






NE ASSOC. OF FIRE 


155.00 


HIGHWAYS AND STREETS 




NH ASSOC.OF FIRE 


70.00 


STEPHEN BABIN 


84.00 


NH FEDERAL SURPLUS 


20.00 


BROX INDUSTRIES, INC 


103,661.41 


NH STATE SURPLUS PROP 


38.50 


CRACK-SEALING INC 


4,797.00 


OFFICEMAX 


1,048.44 


DUFRESNE- HENRY INC 


4,699.49 


JAMES OLKOVIKAS 


23.76 


DUSTY'S TRANSPORT INC 


9,370.00 


OSSIPEE MOUNTAIN ELEC 


514.82 


EASTERN SALT CO INC 


38,403.12 


OWENS MARINE 


790.18 


HOWARD FAIRFIELD 


1,484.88 


TONY PASQUALONE 


225.00 


JGEENTINC 


2,205.00 


RICHARD A. PHAUP 


650.00 


MANCHESTER SAND/GRAVEL 


847.19 


BRUCE PHILLIPS 


482.59 


MARKINGS INC 


2,335.44 


PHOTOS PLUS INC 


66.81 


NH STATE PRISON 


94.99 


PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 


4,064.62 


ON-GRADE CONST CO 


7,650.00 


PUFCO 


609.45 


PIKE INDUSTRIES INC 


493.92 


REACH ELECTRONICS 


314.85 


RAYMOND H RACICOT 


4,040.00 



continued 



continued 



42 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


HIGHWAYS AND STREETS. 


continued 


WATER SERVICES 




RAY'S EXCAVATION 


4,890.00 


MANCHESTER WATER WORKS 


4,091.25 


RC HAZELTON CO INC 


1,659.49 


TOTAL 


4,091.25 


JH ROLFE CONSTRUCTION 


30,328.20 






JOE STACY 


31,790.75 


ANIMAL CONTROL 




TAMCHAR INC 


26,621.22 


ANIMAL CARE EQUIP 


135.57 


UNION LEADER 


43.95 


ARCH 


92.13 


JOHN STACY 


19,385.55 


G & J WANAMAKER 


656.00 


TOTAL 


294,885.60 


JARLENE CORNETT 


1,108.28 






NH FED OF HUMAN ORGAN. 


25.00 


BRIDGES 




TOTAL 


2,016.98 


BROX INDUSTRIES, INC 


161.46 






DUSTY'S TRANSPORT INC 


360.00 


HEALTH AGENCIES 




EJP 


1,052.40 


ROCKINGHAM NUTRITION 


228.00 


DES 


50.00 


VNA HOME HEALTH & HOS 


2,500.00 


J ROLFE CONSTRUCTION 


3,436.84 


TOTAL 


2,728.00 


JOHN STACY 


400.00 






JOHN STACY 


3,129.25 


PUBLIC ASSISTANCE 




TOTAL 


8,589.95 


BELL ATLANTIC 


200.00 






LAUREN CULLITY-SANFOR 


1,950.00 


STREET LIGHTING 




ENERGY NORTH PROPANE 


527.09 


PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 


14,927.88 


OSCO DRUG #336 


236.52 


TOTAL 


14,927.88 


PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 


602.55 






TOTAL 


3,516.16 


OTHER HWY. STREETS & 








NHCI SIGN SHOP 


604.02 
50.00 


INTERGOVERNMENTAL ASSISTANCE 




JOE STACY 


ROCKINGHAM COMMUNITY 


2,621.00 


TOTAL 


654.02 


TOTAL 


2,621.00 


SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 




PARKS AND RECREATION 




AT&T 


11.01 


AMERICAN PLAYGROUND 


390.00 


BELL ATLANTIC 


3.13 


AUB.BABE RUTH LITTLE LEAG 


500.00 


PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 


234.78 


BARNACLE BILLY'S 


700.30 


TOWN OF RAYMOND 


1,162.72 


BENN.BATTLE MONUMENT 


69.00 


UNION LEADER 


65.10 


BENNINGTON MUSEUM 


202.50 


TOTAL 


1,476.74 


LINDA BREAULT 


50.52 






BRUCE TRANSPORTATION 


132.00 


HEALTH 




CONCORD TRAILWAYS 


950.00 


LEO P BLAIS, SR 


131.28 


CONCORD COACH LINES 


200.00 


EASTERN ANALYTICAL 


145.00 


YVONNE CROCKER 


227.25 


CARRIE ROULEAU-COTE 


40.00 


DAVE'S SEPTIC SERVICE 


1,480.00 


TOTAL 


316.28 


HARRIS TROPHY 


21.35 






STAN LEWIS 


246.00 



continued 



43 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



VENDOR NAME 
PARKS AND RECREATION, continue 


AMOUNT 


VENDOR NAME 


AMOUNT 


^ 


ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 




LITTLE LEAGUE 


1,690.00 


BROX INDUSTRIES, INC 


61,379.36 


PARADISE RESTAURANT 


529.00 


CLD 


4,097.47 


RAYMOND H RACICOT 


2,500.00 


COASTAL MATERIALS 


2,170.61 


LUCILLE RHODES 


90.00 


CON-TEC, INC. 


2,000.00 


CLINT ROBINSON 


750.00 


DUFRESNE- HENRY INC 


10,022.05 


TOTAL PRIDE LANDSCAPING 


2,500.00 


HARLAN D EATON 


47.87 


YMCA 


297.11 


ESPANA BUILDING & DEV 


1,525.00 


TOTAL 


13,525.03 


HTA CONSULTING ENGINE 


9,100.00 






JGEENTINC 


15,586.21 


LIBRARY 




MAINE DRILLING 


300.00 


DAVIS & TOWLE 


202.11 


MANCHESTER SAND,GRAVEL 


1,065.20 


GRIFFIN FREE PUB LIBRARY 


19,342.00 


NEW HAMPSHIRE BORING 


3,400.00 


TOTAL 


19,544.11 


J ROLFE CONSTRUCTION 


152,893.83 






JOE STACY 


3,740.00 


ADMINISTRATION. CONSERVATION 




TAMCHAR INC 


16,015.30 


NH ASSOC. OF CONSERV. 


200.00 


UNION LEADER CORP 


39.06 


ROCKINGHAM PLAN.COMM. 


60.00 


JOHN STACY 


33,389.70 


TOTAL 


260.00 


TOTAL 


316,771.66 


OTHER DEBT SERVICE 




TAXES PAID TO COUNTY 




DEVINE, MILLIMET.BRANCH 


1,055.16 


ROCKINGHAM CO.TREAS. 


257,070.00 


NH MUN.BOND BANK 


4,500.00 


TOTAL 


257,070.00 


RSL LAYOUT & DESIGN 


3,000.00 






UNION LEADER CORP 


32.55 


SCHOOL DISTRICT 




TOTAL 


8,587.71 


AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRIC 


4,307,957.00 






TOTAL 


4,307,957.00 


VOTE COUNTER 








LHS ASSOCIATES INC 


6,250.00 






TOTAL 


6,250.00 






ADA 








NH SECRETARY OF STATE 


25.00 






WADLEIGH, STARR 


993.14 






TOTAL 


1,018.14 







44 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



Cash Balance January 1, 1999 


$3,363,572.12 


Receipts 1999 




Tax Collector 


4,359,982,35 


Town Clerk 


756,713.50 


Selectmen's Office 


1,180,432.04 


Interest Earned 


105,375.62 


Less NSF Checks 


(31.555.62) 


Escrow Account Transfers 


19,439.50 


Less: 




Selectmen's Orders Paid 


(6.900.323.521 


Cash Balance December 31, 1999 


$2,853,785.89 


Received From Tax Coflector 




1999 Property Taxes 


3,805,025.68 


Interest 


3,049.15 


Cun-ent Use 


23,000.00 


Yield Tax 


7,992.29 


Excavation Fees 


105.78 


1998 Property Taxes 


274.075.99 


Interest 


16,535.50 


Yield Tax 


469.30 


Yield Tax Interest 


83.95 


Cun-ent Use 





Received From Town Clerk: 



Tax Liens Redeemed: 




1998 Tax Levy 


32.580.56 


Interest 


1.254.09 


1997 Tax Levy 


84,883.65 


Interest 


13,008.46 


1996 Tax Levy 


47,276.58 


Interest 


15,150.12 


1995 Tax Levy 


5.595.39 


Interest 


2.504.86 


1994 Tax L^vy 


8.106.54 


Interest 


3.154.61 


1992 Tax Levy -Interest 


1.01 


1990 Tax Levy -Interest 


30.20 


Returned Checks Redeposited 


10,948.62 


Returned Check Fees 


150.00 


TOTAL 


4.359.982.35 



Motor Vehicle Registrations 


733,973.00 


Dog Licenses 


5,650.50 


Filing Fees 


7.00 


Marriage License Fees 


874.00 


Dog Fines 


1.310.00 


Vrtal Statistics 


437.00 


AGO Pickup Fees 


50.00 


Returned Checks redeposited 


14.012.00 


Returned Check Fees 


400.00 


TOTAL 


5756,713.50 


Received From Selectmen's Office: 




Building Pem:iits 


30,604.54 


Cemetery 


8,812.50 


COBRA Health Insurance 


4,308.43 


Court Fines 


1,450.00 


Emergency Management Assistan 


2,677.00 


Fire Department Miscellaneous 


5.00 


Forest Fire Reimbursement 


6.817.77 


Franchise Fees 


17,335.38 


Highway Block Grant 


91,729.01 


Insurance Adjustments 


7,022.44 


Insurance Claims 


20,335.00 


Liens Redeemed 


4,959.05 


Miscellaneous 


10,538.42 


Newsletter 


5,122.50 


Photocopies 


885.55 


Planning and Zoning Fees 


10,159.39 


P/Z Perfomiance Deposits 


16.225.07 


P/Z Site Plan & Subdivision Reg's 


511.00 


P/Z Zoning Ordinances and Maps 


788.00 


Police Copies 


575.00 


Police DWI Patrol 


1.625.94 


Police Miscellaneous 


273.42 


Police Pistol Penmits 


690.00 


Police Road Toll Refund 


2.129.94 


Police Special Events 


30,313.90 


Police STEP Patrol 


655.64 


Police Witness Fees 


759.44 


Recreation Seasonal Programs 


1,210.00 


Recreation Senior Trips 


793.41 


Manchester Wafer Works 


262,440.00 


Recycling Income 


14,341.82 


Revenue Sharing Block Grant 


31,467.59 


Rooms & Meals Tax Distribution 


85,274.10 


State of NH Reconstruction Fund 


12,980.00 


Sale of Town Owned Property 


15,925.59 


Town History Books 


280.00 


Transfer From Escrows 


478.410.20 


OTAL: 51,180.432.04 



Respectfully Submitted, Jayne Jackson , Treasurer 



45 



RHmBB 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MUNICIPAL BOND BANK 

10 PARK STREET. SUITE 102 

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03301-6303 

(503) 271-2595 or 1 (800) 393-6422 

FAX (603) 271-3937 

E-MAIL ADDRESS: NHMBB@A0L.COM 



1 999 SERIES B NON GUARANTEED 



SAFETY COMPLEX ACCOUNT 



10 YEAR DEBT SCHEDULE FOR 
TOWN OF AUBURN 






Initial Bond Proceeds 
Interest Earned 
Stumpage Fees Earned 




$ 925,000.00 
16.797.10 
13,100.00 


DATE PREPARED: 
BONDS DATED: 7/22/99 
INTEREST START DATE: 203 days 


06/28/99 
08/15/99 
07/22/99 




Less: 

Land Purchase 
Selectmen's Orders Paid 




(105,429.30) 
(7.963.55) 


FIRST INTEREST PAY 


WENT: 


02/15/2000 
5.0000% 




Cash Balance December 31, 1999 


$841,504.25 


NET INTEREST COST: 




DEBT PERIOD 


PRINCIPAL 








TOTAL CALENDAR YEAR 




YEAR ENDING OUTSTANDING 


PRINCIPAL 


RATE 


INTEREST 


PAYMENT TOTAL PAYMENT 




02/15/2000 








525,671.04 


525,671.04 






1 08/15/2000 


S925,000.00 


595,000.00 


4.500% 


22,762.50 


117,762.50 


5143,433.54 




02/15/2001 








20,625.00 


20,625.00 






2 08/15/2001 


830,000.00 


95,000.00 


4.500% 


20.625.00 


115,625.00 


136,250.00 




02/15/2002 








18,487.50 


18,487.50 






3 08/15/2002 


735,000.00 


95,000,00 


5.000% 


18,487.50 


113,487.50 


131.975.00 




02/15/2003 








16,112.50 


16,112.50 






4 08/15/2003 


640,000.00 


95.000.00 


5.000% 


16,112.50 


111,112.50 


127,225.00 




02/15/2004 








13,737.50 


13,737.50 






5 08/15/2004 


545,000.00 


95,000.00 


5.000% 


13,737.50 


108,737.50 


122,475.00 




02/15/2005 








11,362.50 


11,362.50 






6 08/15/2005 ' 


450,000.00 


90,000.00 


5.000% 


11,362.50 


101,362.50 


112,725.00 




02/15/2006 








9,112.50 


9.112.50 






7 08/15/2006 


360,000.00 


90,000.00 


5.000% 


9,112.50 


99,112.50 


108,225.00 




02/15/2007 








6,852.50 


6,862.50 






8 08/15/2007 


270,000.00 


90,000.00 


5.000% 


6,862.50 


96,862.50 


103,725.00 




02/15/2008 








4,612.50 


4,612.50 






9 08/15/2008 


180,000.00 


90.000.00 


5.000% 


4,612.50 


94,512.50 


99.225.00 




02/15/2009 








2,362.50 


2,362.50 






10 08/15/2009 


90.000.00 


90,000.00 


5.250% 


2.362.50 


92,362.50 


94,725.00 
,179,983.54 




TOTALS 


5925,000.00 




5254,983.54 


$1,179,983.54 $1 





46 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 



MS-61 



For tke Municipality of ArTRnpM. m h 



Year Ending p/.^1/QQ 





DEBITS 


1 










UNCOT T FCTED TAXES- 
BEG. OF YEAR' : 


Levy for Year 

. 1999 
ot this Report 


PRIOR LEVIES 

1998 (PLE^sl^^ECIFY YEARS) "'"^^^ 


Property Taxes 


XXXXXX 

xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 


358,057.84 








8,055.51 






Land Use Change 


4,000.00 






Yield Taxes 


469.30 






Utilities 

















TAXES COMMirrED THIS YEAR 




Property Taxes 


#31104.016.536.08 




NSF Checks recharge< 

NP.9 rhArnpt^ 


#3180 


2,556.74 


7,655.53 
9R nc 


Land Use Change 


#3120 


32,000.00 




Yield Taxes 


#3185 


7,445.57 




Excavation Tax 


#3189 


993.28 




Refunds 




27,261.84 


4,824.6C 



OVERPAYMENT: 



Property Taxes 










Resident Taxes 










Land Use Change 










Yield Taxes 










Variance 


1 . m4 P.A 


















Collect.lnt.- Late Taxes 


#3190 


3,525.25 


16,948.6^ 


1.23 


1.01 


Penalties - Resident Tax 


#3190 










TOTAL DEBITS 4,09i,403.70 


$ 410,036.4; 


$ 1.23 


$ 1.01 



•This amount should be the same as the last year's ending balance. If not, please explain. 



47 



TAX 

For tke Municipalitv or 


COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

AUBURN , N . H . Year 


MS-61 

Ending 12/31/99 


CREDITS 


J 








KHMU'I tD TO 
TKHASUKHK : 


Levy lor Year 

1999 
ot this Reoort 


PRIOR LEVIES 

(PLEASE SPECIFY YEARS) 

1998 1997 1992 


Property Taxes 


3,809,781.51 


274,294.13 










8,055.51 








Land Use Change 




?8,000.00 


4.000.00 






Yield Taxes 












NFS Charges 




50.00 


25.00 






Interest 




3,525.25 


16,948.64 


1 ,23 


1.01 














Conversion to Lien 






110,665.13 






Rxravflt-inn Tax 




qq^.?ft 








DISCOUNTS ALLOWED: 












ABATEMENTS MADE: 


Property Taxes 




15,388.81 


1,933.07 






Resident Taxes 












Land Use Change 












Yield Taxes 












Utilities 
























CURRENT LEVY DEEDED 




687.15 


1,388. Of 






Variance 






782. 4C 







UNCOMECTED TAXES - 


END OF YEAR #1080 










Property Taxes 




213,059.85 








Resident Taxes 












Land Use Change 




4,000.00 








Yield Taxes 




416.67 








Utilities 
















I 








TOTAL CREDITS 


4,091,403.70 j$ 410,036.4: 


$ 


1.23 


$ 1-01 



/.« 



TOWN OF AUBURN TAX COLLECTORS REPORT YEAR ENDED 12/31/99 



PRIOR LEVIES 

DR. 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1990 

Unredeemed Liens 109,353.75 55,657.24 16,703.80 11,733.82 

Balance at Beginning of 
Fiscal Year 

Liens Executed During Fiscal 124,745.23 

Year 

Interests & Costs Collected 1,386.36 12,998.23 15,200.12 2,504.86 3,154.61 30.20 

After Lien Execution 

Bad Checks 6,720.00 

Bad Check Fees 50.00 

TOTAL DEBITS 126,131.59 122,351.98 77,627.36 19,208.66 14,888.43 30.20 



CR. 

Remittances to Treasurer: 33,106.18 84,883.65 47,276.58 5,595.39 8,106.54 

Redemptions 

Interests & Costs 1,386.36 12,998.23 15,200.12 2,504.86 3,154.61 30.20 

After Lien Execution 

Bad Check Fees 50.00 

Abatements of Unredeemed 408.00 

Taxes 

Liens, Interest & Costs 1,605.15 1,349.58 

Deeded to Municipalities 

Unredeemed Liens Balance 91,231.05 22,864.95 13,751.08 11,108.41 3.627.28 

at Fiscal Year End 

TOTAL CREDITS 126,131.59 122,351.98 77,627.36 19,208.66 14,888.43 30.20 

!"tva L. Lunnie, Tax Collector 2/4/00 



49 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
P. O .BOX 487 
CONCORD. NH 03302-0487 
(603)271-3397 



Form MS-9 




Please insert the total 
of ALL funds here. 



S 



Report of Trust and Capital Reserve Funds 



City/Town 



Ai 



StY'ey^. A 



/ /^ 



For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 19 ^/ 

or 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 19 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge 
and belief. 



Date 



^/hA/6/?^^ )^ / / j^ ^COO 



(Please sign in Ink and also print/type clearly) 



} 



/ 



Trustees of / ^V j-^j^sl^-x^ C. 



T^*?-' 




-f^ / 



^us>T ^^^'^^^ 



When To File: 

1. For Towns reporting on a calendar year, basis, this report must be filed on or before March 1st. 

2. For Towns reporting on an optional fiscal year basis (FY ending June 30), this report must be filed on or before September 1st. 



Where To File: 



ONE COPY TO: 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
P. O .BOX 487 
CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 



ONE COPY TO: 

OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL 

CHARITABLE TRUST DIVISION 

33 CAPITOL STREET 

CONCORD, NH 03301 



(Rev. 1996) 



50 



Rf>pnrt of The Trust Funds of the City or Town of AUBURN. NH 03032 on December 31, 1999 

Please duplicated these two pages If you need additional lines. 


DATE 

OF 

CREATION 


NAME OF TRUST FUND 

List first those trusts invested 
in a common trust fund 


PURPOSE OF 
TRUST FUND 


HOW INVESTED 

Whether banl<, deposits, 
stocks, bonds, etc. (If 
Common trust, so state) 


% 


PRINCIPAL 1 


Balance 

Beginning 

Year 


New 

Funds 

Created 


Cash Gains 

or (Losses) 

on 

Securities 


CEMETERY FUNDS 




















V arious 


Auburn Village 


Perpetual 
Care 


Citizens 
Common #1 




26,880 


00 


1,500 


00 


— 




Various 


Longmeadow 


Perpetual 
Care 


Fleet 
Common #2 




3,400 


00 


— 




— 




3/19/26 


Longmeadow- 
Helen Eaton 


Perpetual 
Care 


Citizens 
Common #3 




40,224 


37 


— 




— 




6/17/34 


Longmeadow- 
Herbert Preston 


Perpetual 
Care 


Citizens 
Common #3 




34 


56 






— 


























TOTAL A/C CEMETERY FUNDS 






70,538 


93 


1,500 


00 




























LIBRARY FUNDS 




















Various 


Various 


Books 
Griffin Fund 


Fleet 
Common #4 




3,650 


00 
























































RETENTION INSURANCE 


CITIZENS 
BANK 




13,700 


03 


































SAFETY COMPLEX FUND 


CITIZENS 
BANK 




7,324 


53 


































REVALUATION FUND 


CITIZENS 
BANK 




71,733 


82 



































































































51 



R«>pnrt of The Trust Funds of the Citv or Town of AUBURN. NH 03032 on December 31. 1999 


PRINCIPAL 


INCOME 1 


Withdrawals 


Balance 
End 
Year 


Balance 

Beginning 

Year 


INCOME DURING YEAR 


Expended 

During 

Year 


Balance 
End 
Year 


Grand Total 

of Principal 

& Income 

at End of Year 


Percent Amount 


1 
































— 




28,380 


00 


522 


51 




547 


59 


1,400 


00 


(329 


90) 


28,050 


10 


— 




3,400 


00 


8,937 


46 




528 


11 


300 


00 


9,165 


57 


12,565 


57 


— 




40,224 


37 


17,216 


48 




2,722 


89 


2,700 


00 


17,239 


37 


57,463 


74 


— 




34 


56 


14 


86 




— 




— 




14 


86 


49 


42 




































72,038 


93 


26,691 


31 




3,798 


59 


4,400 


00 


26,089 


99 


98,128 


83 


































































3,650 


00 


68 


00 




156 


86 


156 


56 


68 


30 


3,718 


30 






























































2,214 


32 












253 


73 










11,739 


44 














































342 


53 










7,667 


06 














































3,269 


09 










75,002 


91 


























































































































• 



52 




Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants &. Audiiors 
193 NorA Main Street » Concord « New Hampshire » 03501-5063 « 603-225-6996 « FAX-2:-i-!380 



INDEPENDENT AUDITOR 'S REPORT 



To the Members of the 

Board of Selectmen 
Town of Auburn 
Auburn, New Hampshire 

We have audited the accompanying general purpose financial statements of the Town of Auburn as of 
and for the year ended December 31, 1998 as listed in the table of contents. These general purpose 
financial statements are the responsibility of the Town's management. Our responsibility is to e.xpress 
an opinion on Lhese general purpose financial statements based on our audit. 

Except as discussed in the following paragraphs, we conducted our audit in accordance with generally 
accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain 
reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit 
includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the r'mancial 
statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates 
made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that 
our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion. 

Government Accounting Standards Board Technical Bulletin 9S-1, Disclosures about Year 2000 Issues, 
requires disclosure of certain matters regarding the year 2000 issue. The Town of Auburn has included 
such disclosures in Note 6C. Because of the unprecedented namre of the year 2000 issue, its effects and 
the success of related remediation efforts will not be fully determinable until the year 2000 and 
thereafter. Accordingly, insufficient audit evidence exists to support the Town of Auburn's disclosures 
wi± respect to the year 2000 issue made in Note 6C. Further we do not provide assurance that the 
Town of Auburn is or will be year 2000 ready, that the Town of Auburn's year 2000 remediation efforts 
will be successful in whole or in part, or that panies with which the Town of Auburn does business will 
be year 2000 ready. 

The general purpose financial statements referred to above do not include the general fixed assets 
account group which should be included in order to conform with generally accepted accounting 
principles. As is the case with most municipal entities in the State of New Hampshire, the Town of 
Auburn has not maintained historical cost records of its fixed assets. The amount that should be 
recorded in the general fLxed assets account group is not known. 



53 



Town of Auburn 
Independent Auditor 's Report 



In our opinion, except for the effect on the financial statements of the omission described in the 
preceding paragraph, along with the effects of such adjustments, if any, as might have been determined 
to be necessary had we been able to examine evidence regarding year 2000 disclosures, as noted above, 
the general purpose fmancial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, Lhe 
financial position of the Town of Auburn, as of December 3 1 , 1998, and the results of its operations and 
the cash flows of its nonexpendable tnist funds for the year then ended in conformity with generally 
accepted accounting principles. 

Our audit was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the general purpose financial statements 
of the Town of Auburn taken as a whole. The combining and individual fond financial statements listed 
as schedules in the table of contents are presented for purposes of additional analysis and are not a 
required part of the general purpose financial statements of the Town of Auburn. Such information has 
been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the general purpose financial statements 
and, in our opinion, is fairly presented in all material respects in relation to the general purpose financial 
statements taken as a whole. 



T^JUckiL^ iyWi^uc^^^ 



March 18, 1999 pK^^tWrciL (Ls6^:A/^tL5^ 



54 



Auburn 
Village School 



2000-2001 School Warrants & Budget 
1998-1999 Annual School Reports 



Officers of the Auburn School District 
1999-2000 



MODERATOR 

C. Donald Stritch 

CLERK 

Mary F. Griffin 

TREASURER 

Richard P. Miller 

SCHOOL BOARD 

Joseph Leverone, Chair Term Expires 2000 

Elaine T. Hobbs Term Expires 2002 

Brenda M. Beer Term Expires 2000 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Dr. Lyonel B. Tracy 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Robert A. Suprenant 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR 

Ronald C. Chapman 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 

School Administrative Unit #15 

90 Farmer Road 

Hooksett, New Hampshire 03 1 06 

(603)622-3731 



55 



Auburn School District 

Warrant 
for Election of Officers 

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE SCHOOL 
DISTRICT, IN THE TOWN OF AUBURN, NEW 
HAMPSHIRE, QUALIFIED TO VOTE IN 
DISTRICT AFFAIRS: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Auburn Village 
School in said District, on the 1 4th day of March 2000. 
at seven o'clock in the morning, to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1 . To choose a member of the School Board for the 
ensuing three years. 

2. To choose a member of the School Board for the 
ensuing year. 

The polls will remain open from seven o'clock in the 
forenoon until seven o'clock in the afternoon and as 
much longer thereafter as the voters of the School 
District, at the beginning of the meeting, may vote. 

Given under our hands and seal at said Auburn, New 
Hampshire, this day of February, 2000. 

SCHOOL BOARD OF 
AUBURN, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Joseph Leverone, Chair 
Elaine T. Hobbs, Vice Chair 
Brenda Beer, Clerk 



Auburn School District 

Warrant 
State of New Hampshire 

TO THE INR^BITANTS OF THE SCHOOL 
DISTRICT, IN THE TOWN OF AUBURN, NEW 
HAMPSHIRE, QUALIFIED TO VOTE IN 
DISTRICT AFFAIRS: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Auburn Village 
School in said District, on the 17 th day of March 2000, 
at se\'en o'clock in the evening, to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1. To see if the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of seven million one hundred 
eighty thousand dollars ($7,180,000) for the 
construction and original equipping of a new 
school building and renovations to the existing 
Village School and to authorize the issuance of not 
more than of seven million one hundred eighty 
thousand dollars (S7, 180,000) of bonds or notes in 
accordance with the provisions of the Municipal 
Finance Act (RSA Chapter 33): to authorize the 
school board to issue and negotiate such bonds or 
notes and determine the rate of interest thereon. 
And to raise and appropriate the additional sum of 
two hundred twenty-three thousand, two hundred 
sixty-seven dollars ($223,267) for the first year 
payment of interest due on the bond with that 
amount to come from the interest earned on the 
investment of the aforesaid bond proceeds. 
(Recommended by the School Board) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

2. To accept the reports of agents, auditors and 
committees or officers chosen, and place them on 

file. 

3. To see if the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate up to the sum of one hundred sixty- 
eight thousand nine hundred eighty dollars 
($168,980) and to raise by general taxation forty- 
two thousand two hundred forty-five dollars 
($42,245) of that figure, for the purpose of 
renovation to the Auburn Village School for 
kindergarten classrooms and establishing a public 
kindergarten program for all eligible children of 
the Auburn School District. The balance of this 
appropriation is to be fimded by a state 
kindergarten grant; and to authorize the school 
board to accept and expend the kindergarten grant 
money. Projected cost to the Auburn School 
District is: 



56 



YEAR 

In 2000-2001 



EST. AMOUNT 

$42,245 



TAX IMPACT 



This cost is eligible for 30% Building Aid. No 
cost in the ensuing year for construction. 
(Recommended by the School Board) (Not 
recommended by the Budget Committee) 

To see what sum of money the District will raise 
and appropriate for the support of schools, for the 
payment of salaries and benefits for school district 
officials and agents and for the payment of 
statutory obligations of the District. 



5. To see if the District will vote to increase the 
school board membership from three (3) to five (5) 
members effective with the annual election in 
March 2001. At that time, two (2) additional 
members will be elected, one for a three-year term 
and one for a two-year term. Thereafter, all 
members will be elected for a three-year term. 
(Recommended by the School Board) 

6. To transact any other business that may legally 
come before this meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal at said Auburn, New 
Hampshire, this day of February 2000. 



SCHOOL BOARD OF 
AUBURN, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Joseph Leverone, Chair 
Elaine T. Hobbs, Vice Chair 
Brenda Beer, Clerk 



57 



Auburn School District Meeting 
March 12, 1999 



The Aubum School District Meeting was called 
to order at 7:00 P.M. on Friday, March 12, 1999, 
by Mary F. Griffin, School District Clerk. As 
there is a vacancy in the position of Moderator it 
is necessary to elect a Moderator for this 
evening. Carl Mayland nominated C. Donald 
Stritch as Moderator. Seconded by Janice Fusco. 
The Clerk asked for fiirther nominations. There 
being none, a vote was taken and C. Donald 
Stritch was elected Moderator for the meeting. 
The Clerk turned the gavel over to Mr. Stritch 
who proceeded with the meeting. 

Mr. Stritch called for a brief recess to give all 
registered voters attending an opportunity to 
check in. The meeting resumed at 7:10 P.M. 

The Moderator gave the rules of the meeting. 
There are t\vo microphones available for those 
who wish to speak on an Article. 

The Moderator led the meeting in the Pledge of 
Allegiance to the Flag of our Country. 

The Moderator called on Julie Gage who stated 
that Mr. Rhodes was leaving the Board. He has 
served faithftilly from 1992 to 1999. She 
presented Mr. Rhodes a plaque in honor of his 
service. 

At this time, the Moderator read the results of the 
Election held on March 9, as follows: 

School Board Member for Three Years: 

Elaine Hobbs 578* 
Kenneth Rhodes 454 

Moderator for Two Years: 



C. Donald Stritch 979* 



Article 1: To accept the reports of agents, 
auditors, and committees or officers chosen, and 
place them on file. 



Kenneth Rhodes made a motion that Article 
accepted as printed. Seconded by Jack Lee. 

Article I passed. 



be 



Article 2: To see if the District will raise and 
appropriate the sum of twenty-five thousand 
dollars (S25,000) for the purpose of placing 
options on parcels of land, testing/evaluating the 
sites selected, and developing building plans 
sufficient to define programs, layout and costs 
for an elementary school which will include 
Kindergarten. Should this article pass Articles 3 
and 4 will be withdrawn. (Recommended by the 
School Board) (Not Recommended by the 
Budget Committee) 

Motion was made by Julie Gage that Article 2 be 
accepted as read. Seconded by Joseph Leverone. 

Mr. Rhodes rose to address the Article. He 
thanked the body for the plaque. He then 
presented information and overhead graphs 
concerning the Article and the proposed growth 
of the student body through 2003-2004. 

At this time, Mr. Alan Cote presented the 
following amendment to Article 2: "To see if the 
District will raise and appropriate the sum of 
twenty-five thousand dollars (S25,000) for the 
purpose of placing options on parcels of land, 
testing/evaluating the sites selected, and 
developing building plans sufficient to define 
programs, layout and costs for an elementary 
school. Should this Article pass, Articles 3 and 4 
will be withdrawn." Seconded by Michelle 
Jacob. Mr. Cote explained his reasons for the 
amendment. 

Mr. Rhodes, Donna Quinn, Edward Quinn, Carl 
Mayland, James Headd, and Lou Theos 
commented on the Article. 

Mr. Leverone of the School Board responded. 

Alex Komaridis moved the question. Seconded 
by Sandy Wingate. Motion passed. 

Vote was taken on the amendment. Amendment 
failed. 

Further discussion was held on Article 2. Mr. 
Shackelton and Dr. Kalil spoke. Mr. Rhodes 
explained. Stoney Worster moved the question. 
Seconded by Elizabeth Gosselin. Ballot vote 
was taken. 



58 



Results of the ballot vote were as follows: 

YES 179 NO 56 

Article 2 was passed as written. 

At this time, the Moderator introduced the 
following guests: 

Dr. Lyonel Tracy Superintendent of Schools 

Robert Suprenant Assistant Superintendent 

Business Administrator 

SPED Coordinator 



Ronald Chapman 
Christina Farrah 
Pamela Shepard 



Principal, Auburn Village 
School 



Article 3: To see if the District will vote to 
appropriate up to the sum of two hundred thirty- 
eight thousand three hundred ninety-five dollars 
($238,395) and to raise by general taxation fifty- 
nine thousand five hundred ninety-nine dollars 
($59,599) of that figure, for the purpose of 
constructing, furnishing, and equipping a new 
two classroom kindergarten program for all 
eligible children of the Auburn School District. 
Projected cost to the Auburn School District is: 



YEAR 

In 1999-2000 



EST. AMOUNT 

$59,599 



TAX IMPACT 

$.30 



This cost is eligible for 30% Building Aid. No 
cost in the ensuing years for construction. 
(Recommended by the School Board) (Not 
Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

Mr. Rhodes made a motion to postpone 
indefinitely. Seconded by Mr. Leverone. 

The Moderator called for discussion on the 
Article. There being none, he called for a vote. 
The vote was in the affirmative. 

Article 3 was postponed indefinitely. 

Article 4: To see if the District will vote to raise 
and appropriate a sum of ninety-nine thousand 
one hundred eighty-eight dollars ($99,188) for 
the purposes of providing staff, materials, and 
supplies for a public kindergarten program to be 
located at the Auburn Village School. Said 
program will be open to all eligible children of 
the Auburn School District. A portion of these 



costs will be offset by Kindergarten Aid received 
from the State of New Hampshire in an amount 
equal to $750 for each child in attendance in the 
kindergarten program. (Recommended by the 
School Board) (Not Recommended by the 
Budget Committee) 

Julie Gage made a motion to postpone the Article 
indefinitely. Seconded by Mr. Leverone. 

The Moderator called for discussion on the 
Article. There being none, he called for a vote. 
Vote was in the affirmative. 

Article 4 was postponed indefinitely. 

Article 5: To see what sum of money the District 
will vote to raise and appropriate for the support 
of schools, for the payment of salaries and 
benefits for school district officials and agents, 
and for the payment of statutory obligations of 
the District. 

Mr. Bert Ouellette, Chairman of the Budget 
Committee, made a motion to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five million five hundred 
eighty thousand three hundred sixteen dollars 
($5,580,316) for the ensuing year. Seconded by 
Mr. Leverone. 

Mr. Samson asked what effect this would have 
on the tax rate. Mrs. Gage stated that it would be 
$2.07 on the tax rate. Mr. Veccione spoke. 

There being no flirther discussion, the Moderator 
called for the vote. The vote was in the 
affirmative. 

Article 5 passed in the amount of $5,580,316. 

Article 6: To transact any other business that 
may legally come before this meeting. 

Bert Ouellette made a motion to adjourn. 
Seconded by Gail Clark. 

Motion carried. Meeting was adjourned. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Mary F. Griffin 
School District Clerk 



59 



Principal's Report 
1998-1999 



On the first day of school, September 2, 1998, 
Auburn Village School welcomed 601 students 
back from their siunmer vacations. The building 
had been prepared for opening by an able 
maintenance staff, while teachers and 
administration worked to plan a successful year 
for the students. Mrs. Pamela Shepard served as 
Principal and Mr. Steven Tullar joined the school 
as Assistant Principal. Mr. Tullar came to us 
from Oyster River School District where he 
taught grades three and four. Other new 
members of our school staff included: Joan 
Paduchowski and Heather Rogers, eighth grade 
teachers; Stephanie Klements and Amanda 
Taylor, third grade teachers; Judy Nesbitt, 
seventh grade teacher; Barbara Keating, special 
education teacher; Laura Tancrede, media 
generalist; Denise Charbonneau, special 
education secretary; Carol Theos, special 
education aide; and Celeste Lessard, health aide. 

Events around our nation raised our concerns 
about security in schools. We became aware that 
we must take precautions to protect our children 
beyond what we thought was necessary in our 
small community. Changes were made to our 
Parent-Pick Up procedure and visitor procedure. 
We began locking our doors during the school 
day and researching thorough crisis management 
plans. We believe our children are safe but the 
constant media focus threatened the feeling of 
safet)', which is so important for all of us. 
Awareness of possible danger was heightened for 
our students. Teachers spent many hours 
listening to and talking with students to address 
their fears. Our children have taught us a lot 
about their lives and improving our sense of 
community within the building has become a 
goal. 

Our students spent the year actively engaged in a 
rigorous curriculum aligned with the state 
frameworks and supplemented by a program of 
cultural enrichment, the arts, and sports. The 
NHEIAP results confirmed that we are delivering 
the curriculum to our students as expected by the 



State of NH and they are being successful. We 
were proud of the results and the hard work of 
our students and teachers. The efforts of the 
entire educational community make this success 
possible. 

Committees comprised of community members 
and school staff worked tirelessly. The 
Technology Committee met to oversee the 
addition of new computers and the use of the 
network. The Facilities Committee proposed the 
building of a second school in the Town of 
Auburn for consideration at the District Meeting. 
The Middle School Advisory Council worked to 
create a graduation ceremony reflective of the 
lives of children at AVS. 

The focus of our staff development was on 
utilizing the technology as a tool for instruction. 
Teachers began their school year with a full-day 
technology workshop entitled "The One 
Computer Classroom." The SAU Staff 
Development Committee and the District offered 
several workshops throughout the year. A 
second fijll-day workshop was offered on March 
9* entitled "Great Teaching with the Internet." 
We have seen teacher and student confidence 
increase as well as time spent word-processing, 
researching information on the Internet, 
collecting data, graphing, and learning about 
spreadsheets and databases. 

In an effort to better communicate and build a 
base of common knowledge about our students, 
we held several meetings with teachers and 
parents to develop new report cards. First grade 
moved to a five period reporting system, which is 
aligned with their curriculum. Other grade levels 
remained with the traditional four-quarter system 
and refined the cards, conferences and process. 
It is our hope that the children are better served 
by this system. 

Once again, our students were privileged to 
participate in Odyssey of the Mind, an 
internationally acclaimed educational program in 
which teamwork, originality, creativity and fun 
are combined to provide challenging problem 
solving experiences for them. Forty-nine 



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students and twenty-two volunteers on seven 
teams participated in this competition of mental 
gymnastics. We are proud to announce that three 
of our teams advanced through the regional level 
to the state competition. 

Middle School students participated in activities 
designed to develop a sense of belonging, 
tolerance, and a spirit of cooperation. Seventh 
graders attended Team Harmony at the Fleet 
Center in Boston. Sixth graders participated in 
an outdoor education program at the Browne 
Center, UNH. 

Our Student Council, under the direction of 
Advisor, Mrs. Kathy Roggenbuck continued to 
provide social events, promote school spirit, and 
participate in community service. The officers 
included; President: Jim Foley, Vice President: 
Brittany Howard, Secretary: Jessica Eisman, 
Treasurer: Josh Rhodes. They set high goals for 
themselves and through their diligence and 
leadership have enriched the programs for 
students at AVS. They were recognized by the 
Granite State Middle School Council for 
excellence. 



Among many other accomplishments, they 
supported our cultural program, and financially 
assisted the sixth grade team of teachers on 
attending the New England League of Middle 
Schools Annual Conference in Rhode Island. 

On June 18'^ seventy-five eighth graders 
graduated in the Auburn Village School 
Gymnasium. They will move on to both 
Manchester Memorial High School and 
Pinkerton Academy. We are proud to have been 
able to provide them with a nurturing 
environment in which to grow and a rigorous 
well-balanced academic program in which to 
learn. The parmership created between school 
and community has given them a solid 
foundation. We feel confident that they have 
received the education they need to allow them to 
make choices for a successful future. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Pamela A. Shepard 
Principal 



Students in grades 6-8 were afforded the 
opportunity' to participate in several 
interscholastic sports teams. Soccer, Basketball, 
Cheerleading, Volleyball, Softball, and Baseball 
all provide the opportunity for our students to 
improve their physical skills while building 
respect for one another and the skills necessary 
to function as a productive team member. 

It was also a year for the arts. In addition to our 
customarv' Multi Arts Night, holiday and spring 
concerts, and dance performances, we were 
treated to two other evening events. The AVS 
Players began this year, under the direction of 
Mrs. Ann Marie Duguay, who volunteered her 
services to direct a middle school play. In One 
Basket, a collection of folk and fairy tales was 
presented on April 22 and 23 in the AVS 
gymnasium. A community variety show under 
the direction of Mike and Alison Vallee was a 
treat for all of us on May 22"^ It was inspiring 
to see the amount of community support and 
involvement in these events. 

As always, our PTA made a tremendous 
contribution to our success as a school. They 
achieved Blue Ribbon status because of the 
number of hours volunteered in our school. 



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School Board Chair's Report 
1999 



On behalf of the Auburn School Board, it is my 
pleasure to issue this annual school district 
report. Over the last year, there have been 
several changes, yet our Auburn Village School 
has maintained its excellence in educating our 
students. 

We extend a warm welcome to the new assistant 
principal, Jody Coughlin. Both Pam Shepard, 
our principal, and Jody have used their 
leadership skills to maintain the excellent climate 
of the Auburn Village School. 

Our students continue to score well on the 
statewide assessment program. Our dedicated 
teachers deserve much credit for making student 
learning their highest priority. 

Each month, the School Board is treated to an 
educational presentation, and we are pleased that 
these public meetings include increased 
discussions of an educational nature. 

The School Board, with assistance from the SAU 
administration and building-level administrators, 
drafted its annual goals. These goals have 
suided our governance of the Auburn School 



District. One goal in particular that has 
demanded our collective efforts involves 
addressing facility needs of the Auburn Village 
School. Working with a sub-committee to 
examine facility needs, the School Board has 
prepared a plan for the construction of a new 
middle school in Auburn. The School Board 
believes this proposal achieves an appropriate 
balance between the educational needs of our 
children and the resulting cost to the taxpayers in 
Auburn. To this end, the School Board has 
drafted a warrant article to raise the fiinds 
necessary to construct this new facility. We are 
seeking input from our community in making 
decisions regarding this important issue. 

In conclusion, many thanks to the entire 
community for joining us in providing exemplary 
educational services to our students. On behalf 
of each member of the Auburn School Board, I 
offer our appreciation for your active support. 

Respectftilly submitted. 



Joseph Leverone, Chair 
Auburn School Board 



62 




Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 
IQl Nonh Main Street » Concord « New H nm pshire « 03301-5063 « 603-225-6996 » FAX-224-nsO 

INDEPENDENT AUDITOR 'S REPORT 



To the Members of the School Board 
Auburn School District 
Auburn, New Hampshire 

We have audited the accompanying general purpose financial smtements of the Auburn School District 
as of and for the year ended June 30, 1999 as listed in the table of contents. These general purpose 
financial statements are the responsibility of the School District's management. Our responsibility is 
to express an opinion on these general purpose financial statements based on our audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards 
require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial 
statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence 
supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the 
accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the 
overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our 
opinion. 

The general purpose financial statements referred to above do not include the general fixed assets 
account group which should be included in order to conform with generally accepted accounting 
principles. As is the case with most municipal entities in the State of New Hampshire, the Auburn 
School District has not maintained historical cost records of its fixed assets. The amount that should be 
recorded in the general fixed assets account group is not known. 

In our opinion, except for the effect on the financial statements of the omission described in the 
preceding paragraph, the general purpose financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all 
material respects, the financial position of the Auburn School District, as of June 30, 1999, and the 
results of its operations for the year then ended in conformity with generally accepted accounting 
principles. 

The Unaudited Supplementary Information on page 14 is not a required part of the basic financial 
statements but is supplementary information required by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. 
We have applied certain limited procedures, which consisted principally of inquiries of management 
regarding the methods of measurement and presentation of the supplementary information. However, 
we did not audit the information and do not express an opinion on it. In addition, we do not provide 
assurance that the Auburn School District is or will become year 2000 compliant, the Auburn School 
District's year 2000 remediation efforts will be successful in whole or in part, or that parties with which 
the Auburn School District does business are or will become year 2000 compliant. 



63 



Auburn School District 
Independent Auditor 's Report 



Our audit was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the general purpose financial statements 
of the Auburn School District taken as a whole. The combining and individual fund financial statements 
listed as schedules m the table of contents are presented for purposes of additional analysis and are not 
a required part of the general purpose financial statements of the Auburn School District. Such 
information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the general purpose 
financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly presented in all material respects in relation to the 
general purpose financial statements taken as a whole. 



November 30. 1999 'pjj^ \ ^^^.li^a^ 



64 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 



IVIS-27 

REVISED 1999 




SCHOOL BUDGET FORM 



BUDGET FORM FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 



OF: 



AUBURN 



NH 



Ap pr o pr iations ana Estimates of Revenue lor the Fiscal Year From July 1, 2000 to June 30, ^pn ] 

IMPORTANT; 

Please reaa RSA 32:5 appIicaDle to all miinicipalities. 



l.Use this form to list ALL APPROPRIATIONS in the appropriate recommended and not recommended area 
This means the operating hudget and all special and individual warrant articles must he posted. 

2. Hold at least one puhlic hearing on this Ludget. 

3. When completed, a copy or the hudget must he posted with the warrant. Another copy must he placed on 
rile with the school clerh, and a copy sent to the Department or Revenue Administration at the above address. 



BUDGET COMMITTEl 

Pleas^^i^n^itt ink. 




DATE: 



c^//fiU£> 




T7 



^±£ 



■ i -^ 



/u-a--T^-''I----<^--'g^-''"^<^->-^ 







^-y/>-/i:) 



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE SCHOOL WARRANT 





YEAR 2000 - BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF AUBURN 




MS-27 














BUDGET COMMITTEE'S 








Expenditures 


Appropriations 


SCHOOL BOARD'S APPROPRIATIONS 


APPROPRIATIONS FOR 




PURPOSE OF 


Warr 


For Year 


Prior Year 


FOR ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


Acct. 


APPROPRIATIONS 


Art. 


07/01/1998 


As Approved 




Not 




Not 


N2, 


|RSA3J;3,V1 


S 


To 6/3g/99 


BvDRA 


Recommended 


Recommended 


Recommended 


Recommended 




















1000-1999 


INSTRUCTION 




xxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


1100-1199 


Regular Programs 




3,179,180 


3,422,330 


3.516.080 




3,505,315 


10,764 


1200-1299 


Special Programs 




692,554 


898,603 


1,054,840 




1,054,426 


414 


1300-1399 


Vocational Programs 
















1400-149S 


Other Programs 




25,794 


25,460 


31.130 




26.480 


4,650 


1500-1599 


Non-Public Programs 
















1600-1899 


Adult & Community Programs 


































2000-2999 


SUPPORT SERVICES 




xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


xxx/xxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


XiXXXXXXX 


2000-2199 


Student Support Services 




233,906 


254,778 


287,327 




276,671 


10,656 


2200-2299 


Instructional Staff Services 




21.298 


36,040 


38,864 




37,334 


1.530 


GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 




xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


xxxxxxxxx 


2310-840 


School Board Contingency 
















2310-2319 


Other School Board 




18.730 


14,009 


13,885 




13,380 


505 


EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION 




xxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxx 


2320-310 


SAtJ Management Services 




115,999 


118.369 


122,757 




122,757 




2320-2399 


All Other Executive 
















2400-2499 


School Administration Sen/ice 




172,184 


175,750 


182.100 




174,586 


7.514 


2500-2599 


Business 
















2600-2699 


Operation and Maintenance 




225.349 


244,855 


255,447 




238,653 


16.794 




of Plant 
















2700-2799 


Student Transportation 




238,582 


207.155 


269,992 




269,992 




2800-2999 


Other Support Service 






899 


18,915 




17.142 


1,773 






















YEAR 2000 • BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF AUBUF 


»N 






MS-27 














BUDGET COMMITTEE'S 








Expenditures 


Appropriations 


SCHOOL BOARD'S APPROPRIATIONS 


APPROPRIATIONS FOR 




PURPOSE OF 


Warr 


For Year 


Prior Year 


FOR ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


AccI 


APPROPRIATIONS 


Art. 


07/01/1998 


As Approved 




Not 




Not 


NJL 


(RSA32:3.VI 


« 


To 6/30/99 


BvDRA 


Refommendecl 


Recommended 


Recommended 


Recotpmended 




















3000-3999 


Non-Instructional Services 




14200 


1 00 


5.160.00 




1 00 


5,159 00 


4000-4999 


Facilities Acquisitions 




874 00 


25.001 00 


100 




1,00 






and Construction 
















5000-S999 


OTHER OUTLAYS 




XWXXXXXXX 


xxxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXXX 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


XXXXXXXXXX 


5110 


Debt Service - Principal 








1 00 




1 00 




5120 


Debt Service - Interest 








1 00 




1 00 






FUND TRANSFERS 




xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


5220-5221 


To Food Service 




120,200 00 


128.041 00 


128.041,00 




128,041 00 




5222-5229 


To Other Special Revenue 




58,243 00 


54,025 00 


54.025 00 




54.02500 




5230-5239 


To Capital Projects 
















5251 


To Capital Reserves 
















5252 


To Expendable Trust 


















{'see below) 
















5253 


To Non-Expendable Trusts 
















5254 


To Agency Funds 
















5300-5399 


ntergovemmental Agency 


















Alloc 


















Supplemental 


















Deficit 


















SUBTOTAL 1 




5,104,045 00 


5.605,316.00 


5,978.566 00 


xxxxxxxxxx 


5.918.807 00 59.759.00| 



PLEASE PROVIDE FURTHER DETAIL: 

■ Amount of line 5252 which is for Health Maintenance Trust $_ 



(seeRSA 198:20-c,V) 



66 



YEAR 2000 • BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF AUBURN 



MS-27 



If you have a line item of appropriations from more than one warrant article, please use the space below to identify the make-up of the 
line total for the ensuing year. 



Acct No 


W,A. No 




Amount 




Acct No. 


W A. No 


Amount 







































































































































































Special warrant articles as defined in RSA 32:3. VI, as 1) petitioned warrant articles; 2) an article whose appropriation is raised 
by bonds or notes. 3) an article which calls for an appropriation to a separate fund created pursuant to law. such as capital reserve 
funds or trust funds, and 4) any article designated on the warrant as a special article or as a nonlapsing or nontransferable article 



Acct No 


Purpose of Appropriations 


Art# 


Expenditures 


Appropriations 




School Boards Appropriations 


Budget Committees 




(RSA32:3.V) 




for Year 7/1/98 


Pnor Year as 




For Ensuing Fiscal Year 


Appropriations tor 








to 6/30/99 


Approved by DRA 








Ensuing Fiscal Year 














Recommended 


Not 


Recommended 
















Recommended 




SPECIAL WARRANT ARTICLES 




































Middle School 


1 








7.180.000 00 




7,180.000 00 










































































SUBTOTAL 2 Recommended 




xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


Y.m.QQO.QQ 


mmmmm 


7,180,000.00 



YEAR 2000 - BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF AUBURN 



MS-27 



Please note "Individual" warrant articles are not necessarily the same as "special warrant articles " Examples of individual warrant articles 
might be: 1)Negotiated cost items for labor agreements; 2) Contingency appropriations; 3) Supplemental appropriations for the current year 
for which funding is already available; or 4) Deficit appropriations for the current year which must be funded through taxation. 















BUDGET COMMITTEE'S 








Expenditures 


Appropriations 


SCHOOL BOARD'S APPROPRIATIONS 


APPROPRIATIONS FOR 




PURPOSE OF 


Warr 


For Year 


Prior Year 


FOR ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


Acct. 


APPROPRIATIONS 


Art. 


07/Q1/199B 


As Approved 




Not 




Not 


Nfi, 


(RSA 32:3,V) 


S 


To 6/30/99 


By DRA 


Rec<?mmen(le(J 


Recommended 


Recommended 


Recommended 




















INDIVIDUAL WARRANT ARTICLES 




































Kindergarten 


3 






168,980,00 






168.930 00 
























































SUBTOTAL 3 Recommended 




xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxx 


168,980 00 


xxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxmxxjw 


168.980 00 



67 





Disabilities Programs 














Warrant 


Actual Revenues 


Revised Revenue 


Estimated Revenue 


Account No. 


Source of Revenue 


Art. 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


Esuing Fiscal Year 














Revenue From Local Sources 




xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 














1300-1349 


Tuition 




12,644.00 


12,600.00 


0.00 


1400-1499 


Transportation 




12,366.00 


12,400.00 


13,000.00 


1500-1599 


Earnings on Investments 




28,985.00 


20,000.00 


245,000.00 


1600-1699 


Food Service Sales 




100,216.00 


101,733.00 


101,733.00 


1700-1799 


Student Activities 










1800-1899 


Community Services Activities 




3,185.00 


3,000.00 


5,000.00 


1900-1999 


Other Local Sources 




9,925.00 


















Revenue from State Sources 




X?(xxxxxxp<xxxx 


xwxxxxxxmxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 














3210 


School Building Aid 










3220 


Kindergarten Aid 








126,735.00 


3230 


Catastrophic Aid 




12,193.00 


27,715.00 


35,000.00 


3240-3249 


Vocational Aid 










3250 


Adult Education 










3260 


Child Nutrition 










3270 


Driver Education 




8.700.00 


7.500.00 


7,500.00 


3290-3299 


Other State Sources 












Foundation Aid 




110,896.00 


















Revenue from Federal Sources 




xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 














4100-4539 


Federal Program Grants 




31,480.00 


29,025.00 


29,025.00 


4540 


Vocational Education 










4550 


Adult Education 










4560 


Child Nutrition 




23.439.00 


26,307.00 


26,307.00 


4570 






39,596.00 


25,000.00 


25,000.00 


4580 


Medicaid Distribution 






15,000.00 


15,000.00 


4590-4999 


Other Federal Sources 












(Except 4810) 










4810 


Federal Forest Reserve 






















Other Financing Sources 




xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 














5110-5139 


Sale of Bonds or Notes 








7,180,000.00 


5221 


Transfer from Food Service 












Spec. Revenue Fund 










5222 


Transfer from Other 












Spec. Revenue Fund 










5230 


Transfer from Capital 












Projects Fund 










5251 


Transfer from Capital 












Reserve Funds 























6.8 



other Financing Sources Cont. 




xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


xxxxxxxxxxxxx 


5252 


Transfer from Expendable 












Trust Funds 










5253 


Transfer from Non-Expendable 












Trust Funds 










5300-5699 


Other Financing Sources 






















This Section For Calculation of RAN's 










(Reimbursement for Anticipation Notes) per 










RSA 198:20-D For Adequacy Grant Borrowing 






















RAN. Revenue This FY less 






















RAN. Revenue Last FY 






















= net RAN 
























5140 This Section For Calculation of RAN's 










(Reimbursement anticipation Notes) per 










RSA 198:20-D for catastrophic aid borrowing 






















RAN. Revenue This FY less 






















RAN, Revenue Last FY 






















= net RAN 














Supplemental Appropriation 












(Contra) 
























Appropriations Voted From 












Fund Balance 
























Fund Balance to Reduce Taxes 




109,724.00 


50,000.00 


0.00 
















Total Revenues and Credits 




503,349.00 


330,280.00 


7,809,300.00 
















BUDGET SUMMARY 


Subtotal 1 


Appropriations Recommended 




5,978,566.00 


5,918,807.00 




Subtotal 2 


Spec. Warr. Art. Recommended 




7,180,000.00 


7,180,000.00 




Subtotal 3 


"Individual" Warr. Articles 




168,980.00 


0.00 




Total Appropriations Recommended 




13,327,546.00 


13,098,807.00 




Less: 


Amount of Estimated Revenues 




7,809,300.00 


7,682,565.00 






and Credits (from above) 










Less: 


Amount of Cost of Adequate 




3.398,294.00 


3,398,294.00 






Education (State Tax/Grant)* 






















Estimated Amount of Local Taxes to be 




2,119,952.00 


2.017,948.00 




Raised for Education 











* Note: You will also be required to pay a State Education Tax RSA 76:3 and you may be required to pay an additional 
excess education tax in the amount of $0. 



69 



Auburn School District 

Superintendent's Report 

1999 



It is my pleasure to submit tiiis annual report as 
Superintendent of Schools for the Auburn School 
District, a member of School Administrative Unit #15. 
The final chapter of the 20* Century left our 
educational system with many blessings on behalf of 
students and a few challenges for the 2 1 " Century. 

First, students at the Auburn Village School once again 
scored high on the New Hampshire Assessments. We 
can be proud of our educators for their continued 
emphasis on teaching the basic skills in reading, 
writing, and math. In addition, the School Board and 
the town's budget committee supported the hiring of a 
technology coordinator. This position has already 
demonstrated the importance of using technology to 
support the curriculum, and we are pleased with the 
early results. A sound academic education at the 
Auburn Village School receives the highest priority, 
and we hear often from parents that they are pleased to 
have their children attend our school. 

Second, we once again found ourselves without the 
services of an assistant principal, the previous one 
staying only one year and then resigning. However, 
good news arrived in the form of an excellent candidate 
who accepted our offer to join the Auburn staff. At 
this point, we are pleased with the administrative 



team's success in leading some of the State's best 
teachers in a school with one of the largest student 
enrollments. Now our challenge is to sustain that 
leadership team and continue to move forward with the 
challenges that face us. 

One challenge concerns the lack of adequate space for 
the education of our students. As a result of legislation 
tied to the Claremont decision, the town received 
substantial fiscal support, and taxpayers were pleased 
with the decrease in their annual bills. At the same 
time, the School Board accepted the recommendation 
of a strong facilities committee to proceed with a bond 
vote for new construction and renovations. We are 
hoping that new space will be provided so that the 
Auburn Village School can continue to promote an 
advanced level of education for it students. 

In conclusion, the School Board, the Budget 
Committee, parents, and the community continue to 
work closely with us to ensure a quality education for 
students at an affordable price for taxpayers. We invite 
you all to join us at public hearings and at the annual 
district budget meeting to support our collective 
efforts. For my part, I have been most pleased to serve 
as Superintendent of Schools for Auburn. Thank you 
so much for your commitment to our school children! 



Respectftilly submitted. 



Dr. Lyonel B. Tracy 
Superintendent of Schools 



70 



Auburn Village School Staff 1998-1999 

Mrs. Pamela Shepard Principal 

Mr. Steven Tullar Assistant Principal 

Mrs. Christina Farrah Director of Special Education Services 



Linda Barton Resource Room 

Marguerite Bittner.Family/Consumer Science 

Pamela Blampied Physical Ed./Health 

Bonnie Boucher Grade 1 

Gail Boucher Grade 2 

Allison Bowen Secretary 

Jan Brown School Psychologist 

Elaine Bumap Aide 

Kimberly Carbonneau Grade 3 

Denise Charbonneau Secretary 

Colleen Chenoweth Grade 5 

Jean Chouinard Grade 1 

Madeleine Clohosey Grade 7 

Diane Coco Secretary 

Peter DiZoglio Guidance Counselor 

Karen Fortier Grade 2 

Nancy Franklin Aide 

Susan Gannon Guidance Counselor 

Lucille Geddes Readiness 

Brian Goss Technology Education 

Jill Greeley Gifted/Talented 

Mary Ellen Hannon Grade 3 

Fay Hanscomb Aide 

Mary Johnson Grade 7 

Cheryl Kaake Grade 1 

Barbara Keating Resource Room 

Nell Keif Grade 5 

Stephanie Klements Grade 3 

Lynn Kursewicz Grade 2 

Denise LaRoche Aide 

Louise Latvis Art 

Kathleen Lendry Resource Room 

Celeste Lessard Health Aide 

Deborah Llewellyn Aide 

Joan Marcotte Grade 5 

Diane Martineau Title I 

Eileen McDonald Grade 1 

Linda McHugh Reading Specialist 

Judy Miller-Nesbitt Grade 7 

Joan Paduchowski Grade 8 

Cynthia Pinard Grade 4 



Linda Poirier Grade 4 

Heather Rogers Grade 8 

Kathleen Roggenbuck Grade 6 

David St. Pierre Grade 8 

Doris St. Pierre-Morin Grade 6 

Sherri Smith Grade 2 

Pamela Stohrer Music 

Laura Tancrede Media Generalist 

Amanda Taylor Grade 3 

Carol Theos Aide 

Victoria Therrien Resource Room 

Anne Verryt Nurse 

Jill Wallen Aide 

Jonathan Wheeler Grade 6 

Barbara Willenbucher Aide 

Carol Witham Grade 4 

Lucille Woods Speech Therapist 

Food Services 

Melissa McCarthy - Director 
Debra Cleary 
Lorraine Latuch 
Terry Seavey 

Maintenance 

John Ciempa - Supervisor 
MaryAnn Dostie 
John Healy 
Donald Lachapelle 

Administration Salaries 
1998-1999 

p. Shepard, Principal $55,000 

S. Tullar $50,000 

C. Farrah, SPED Director $46,800 

A. Verryt, Nurse $24,600 



71 



School Administrative Unit #15 Salaries 
Fiscal Year 1998-1999 



Superintendent of School's Salary Breakdown 
by District share for the 1998-1999 fiscal year: 



STEP 



Assistant Superintendent of School's Salary 
Breakdown by District share for the 1998-1999 
fiscal year: 



District 


Percentage 


Amount 


District 


Percentage 


Amount 


Auburn 


25.6 


$18,944.00 


Auburn 


25.6 


$12,677.00 


Candia 


19.2 


14,208.00 


Candia 


19.2 


9,508.00 


Hooksett 


55.2 


40.848.00 
$74,000.00 


Hooksett 


55.2 


27.334.00 
$49,519.00 



Auburn Village School 

1998-1999 Staff Salary Schedule 

# Staff on Each Step 



BA 



BA+15 



BA+30 



MA 



MA +15 



MA +30 



1 


$22,718(1) 


$23,433 


$24,148 


$24,863(1) 


$25,577 


$26,293 


2 


$23,329 


$24,080 


$24,830 


$25,581 


$26,331 


$27,083 


3 


$24,420 


$25,171 


$25,921 


$26,671 


$27,423 


$28,174 


4 


$25,511(2) 


$26,262 


$27,013 


$27,763 


$28,513 


$29,265 


5 


$26,602 


$27,353 


$28,104 


$28,855 


$29,605 


$30,356 


6 


$27,694 


$28,445(1) 


$29,194 


$29,947 


$30,697 


$31,446 


7 


$28,786 


$29,535 


$30,286 


$31,036(1) 


$31,789 


$32,538 


g 


$29,877 


$30,627 


$31,377 


$32,128 


$32,879(1) 


$33,630 


9 


$30,967(1) 


$31,718 


$32,468(1) 


$33,220 


$33,970 


$34,721 


10 


$32,059 (2) 


$32,809(1) 


$33,560 


$34,310 


$35,062 


$35,812 


11 


$33,150(5) 


$33,900 (2) 


$34,652 


$35,402(1) 


$36,152 


$36,903 


12 




$34,991 


$35,742 


$36,494(1) 


$37,244 


$37,992 


13 




$36,082 (2) 


$36,833(1) 


$37,584 


$38,336 


$39,085 


14 




$37,173 


$37,925 


$38,676 


$39,426 


$40,176 


15 




$38,265 (6) 


$39,015(4) 


$39,768 (3) 


$40,517(1) 


$41,268(4) 



Based on 185 teacher work days (40.5 teachers) 

Average FuU-Time Teacher Salary 
1998-1999 $36,355 



72 



Auburn Village School 
Staff Profile 1998-1999 



Staff 

Barton 

Bittner 

Blampied 

B. Boucher 

G. Boucher 

Carbonneau 

Chenoweth 

Chouinard 

Clohosey 

DiZoglio 

Fortier 

Gannon 

Geddes 

Goss 

Greeley 

Harmon 

Johnson 

Kaake 

Keating 

Keif 

Klements 

Kursewicz 

Latvis 

Lendry 

Marcotte 

McDonald 

McHugh 

Miller-Nesbitt 

Paduchowski 

Pinard 

Poirier 

Rogers 

Roggenbuck 

St. Pierre 

St. Pierre-Morin 

Smith 

Stohrer 

Taylor 

Therrien 

Wheeler 

Witham 

Woods 



Position 

SPED 
Home Arts 
PE/Health 
Grade 1 
Grade 2 
Grade 3 
Grade 5 
Grade 1 
Grade 7 
Guidance 
Grade 2 
Guidance 
Readiness 
Tech. Educ. 
G&T 
Grade 3 
Grade 7 
Grade 1 
SPED 
Grade 5 
Grade 3 
Grade 2 
Art 
SPED 
Grade 5 
Grade 1 
Reading 
Grade 7 
Grade 8 
Grade 4 
Grade 4 
Grade 8 
Grade 6 
Grade 8 
Grade 6 
Grade 2 
Music 
Grade 3 
SPED 
Grade 6 
Grade 4 
Speech 



Years of 
Degree Experience 



BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

MA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

MA 

BA 

MA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

MA 

MA 

MA 

BA 

MA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

MA 

BA 

MA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

BA 

MA 

MA 

BA 

MA 

BA 



16 
13 
14 

4 
11 
10 
13 
27 
15 
17 
11 
12 
15 
18 

9 
19 
17 
18 
15 
21 

7 
22 
17 
12 
19 

6 
28 
10 

8 
27 
17 

1 
11 

4 
13 
10 
16 

1 
25 

9 
25 
23 



Nurse's Report 
Auburn Village School 
School Year 1998-1999 

To the Superintendent of Schools, Principal, 
School Board and Citizens of Auburn: 

Health Services Rendered: 

Nursing assessment/treatment/illness 2,491 

Nursing assessment/treatment/injury 1,423 

Medications - number of doses given 6,424 
Pediculosis screening 

(2 times yearly and as needed) 630 

Health screenings 630 

Preschool health screenings 73 

Immunizations 7 
TOTAL VISITS TO HEALTH OFFICE 11,678 

Communication/Collaboration: 

Parental contacts (phone, note, in person) 378 

Health conferences 52 

Home visits 4 



Health screening results: 

Total # of 
Students 



Hearing 

Vision 

Scoliosis 



630 
630 
311 



Number 
Referred 

4 

17 

2 



Immimization clinics are held in the Nurse's 
Office the first Tuesday of every other month 
from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Anyone is welcome. 

Communicable Diseases reported: 

Chicken Pox 7 

Pertussis 

Pediculosis 51 

Fifth's Disease 3 

I thank the Principal and Vice Principal, all the 
school staff, the PTA, the student nurses from 
Saint Anselm's College, and my assistant, 
Celeste Lessard for helping me through this 
school year. 1 appreciate all that was done in 
rendering such quality care during my sick leave 
last fall. 

Anne Verryt, RN BS 
School Nurse 



73 



VENDOR LIST 

AUBUKN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

1998-1999 PAYMENTS 



VENDOR 
MUMBKR 



VENDOR NAME 





LAST YEAR 


FEDERAL ID NO. 


PAYMENTS 




107.90 




75.00 




122.00 


041016235 


37.18 




268,75 




13223.49 




290. 72 




258.00 




20.00 




437 .89 




140.00 




138.00 




1329.00 




3780.00 




5394.15 




39.00 




124.63 




42.98 




1933.71 




8358.00 




58.00 




525.00 




395.00 




68.35 




230.00 




69.11 




208.36 




47353.31 




8502.10 




136. 28 




318.00 




2068.00 




64.24 




350.00 




145999.43 




1380. 78 




27.91 




14982.99 


154-42-4363 


6490.00 




3794.51 




100.00 




285.80 




251.33 




184. 73 




299.95 




4375.16 




150.00 




199.90 




35.00 




2499.92 




150.36 



004024 

004016 

004020 

000008 

004033 

002085 

000874 

002230 

002320 

002602 

002108 

004006 

004063 

004043 

002465 

000320 

002005 

002205 

002269 

001641 

004000 

004037 

002247 

002372 

002200 

002462 

004048 

002445 

000246 

004005 

002234 

002143 

004003 

004031 

002510 

002534 

004004 

002452 

002587 

000061 

002538 

002568 

002154 

002586 

002531 

002446 

004038 

004008 

004027 

004055 

002569 



100% EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS 

ABC BOOKS 

ABLENET, iNC 

ADDISON WESLEY PUBLISHING 

ADIRONDACK DIRECT 

ADVANCED MAINT. PRODUCTS 

AMERICAN GUIDANCE SERVICE 

ALL MAKES SEW AND VAC CENTER 

PATRICIA ALLARD 

ALLIED NATIONAL 

AMER LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

ANTEC CALIBRATION 

ANTEC, INC 

APEX COMPUTER 

APPLE COMPUTER 

ASSOC. FOR SUP. & CURR DEV . 

ATSfT 

AT&T 

AVS FUND RAISING ACCOUNT 

AUBURN LUNCH PROGRAM 

AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

TOWN OF AUBURN 

AUTOMATIC FIRE PROTECTION, INC 

AWARD EMBLEM MFG., CO. 

BAIN PEST CONTROL SERVICE 

BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 

BARNES Si NOBLE BOOKSELLERS 

NHMA INSURANCE TRUST 

BELL ATLANTIC 

MARGUERITE BITTNER 

BITZ-N- BYTES COMPUTER CENTER 

B.K. SYSTEMS 

PAM BLAMPIED 

JAN BROWN 

BRUCE TRANSPORTATION GROUP, INC 

BSN SPORTS 

BUHL INDUSTRIES 

NH RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

KATHY CANEDY 

CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL 

C HAL I FOUR'S 

CHARLESTON OFFICE SUPPLY 

HAMPSHIRE MUSIC CO 

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL 

CIRCUIT CITY 

COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT 

JAMES COLBY 

COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG FOUND. 

COMPUTER RESALE CO, LTD 

COMPUTER CITY 

CONCORD MONITOR 



14 



VENDOK 
MUMBb'R 



VENDOR NAME 



VENDOR LIST 

AUBUBN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

1998-1999 PAYMENTS 

FEDh;RAL ID MO, 



LAST YEAR 


PAYMENTS 


10775 


.66 


118 


.46 


20 


.00 


63 


.00 


2821 


.98 


218 


.89 


686 


.00 


84 


.92 


1112 


.36 


1793 


.00 


214 


.89 


4999 


.01 


6132 


.83 


144 


.70 


33 


.50 


15624 


.25 


54 


.94 


500 


.00 


3285 


.33 


69 


.94 


60 


.00 


607 


.50 


69 


.00 


370 


.71 


239 


.05 


560 


.82 


491799 


.22 


262 


70 


440 


00 


7387 


60 


170 


00 


1299 


41 


112 


20 


20. 


00 


240. 


00 


63. 


50 


18258. 


51 


105. 


35 


610. 


20 


280. 


00 


30611. 


00 


750. 


00 


120. 


00 


1378. 


34 


31006. 


35 


9450. 


00 


50. 


00 


2454. 


72 


2809. 


80 


121. 


62 


198. 


04 



001498 CONWAY OFFICE PRODUCTS 

004012 GARY COPPOLA 
0023 21 MARGO COX 
002588 CROWN TROPHY 
000678 CTB/MCGRAW-HILL 
002599 CUISENAIRE 
002604 CURLEY'S CARPET 

002144 CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES, INC. 

002273 CURTIS COMPANY 

002305 DAVE'S SEPTIC SERVICE 

004061 DAY-TIMERS, INC. 

002164 DELTA EDUCATION, INC. 

002448 NHMA INSURANCE TRUST 
002153 DERRY NEWS 

004044 DOOLITTLE'S PRINT SERVE 

002449 AUBURN TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 
004018 EASY ACCESS 

004052 EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ASSOC. 

001483 EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SVC, INC 

002553 EDUCATION WEEK 

002379 STATE OF NH - ELECTRICIAN'S 

004013 KATHARINE EMERY 
004021 ENABLING DEVICES 

002495 CHRISTINE FARRAH 

004059 FAS-TRACK COMPUTER PRODUCTS 

00227 8 FAY ELECTRIC MOTORS 

002450 BANK OF NH 

002280 FEUER LUMBER COMPANY 

001429 FOLLETT SOFTWARE CO 

000005 FORTIS BENEFITS INS CO 

002467 FOUR POINTS HOTEL 

002242 BARBARA FREEMAN 
002598 FUNTASTIC LEARNING 
002561 NANCY GAGNON 
002340 GALE ASSOCIATES 
000630 GAMBLE MUSIC COMPANY 

002243 GAS SUPPLY 
002373 GENESIS, INC. 

002496 BOSTON GLOBE 
00407 4 GOFFSTOWN TRUCKING 

001585 GORDON & POWERS INSURANCE CO 

0023 7 7 LOU GOSCINSKI 

002589 YVONNE GOSSELIN 

002007 W.W. GRAINGER, INC 

002556 MANCHESTER SCHOOL DISTRICT 

001090 RICHARD J. GRIFFIN 

002580 MARY GRIFFIN 

002543 GROLEN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

002170 HALLMARK COPIER, CO. 

004028 HAMMAR INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 

002597 J.L. HAMMETT, CO. 



131026995 



042264499 



031-34-9400 



003-32-9750 



001-58-5072 
001-70-2945 



001-36-9340 



75 



VENDOR LIST 

AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

1998-1999 PAYMENTS 

VENDOR 

NUMBER VENDOR NAME FEDERAL ID NO. 

002186 HATCH PRINTING COMPANY 
002412 TED HERBERTS MUSIC MART 
002600 HIGH NOON BOOKS 
002292 HOOKSETT BAGEL Si DELI 
00017 5 HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY 
004040 HYDE SCHOOL 

002220 INDIAN HEAD ATHLETICS 

004023 INSTITUTE FOR FAMILY AND 

004022 INTELLITOOLS, INC 

004050 INTERNATIONAL RENEWAL 

002231 LORRAINE JENSEN 021-40-7684 

004019 DON JOHNSTON, INC 

002187 JUTRAS SIGNS 

004064 KURZWEIL EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS 

004002 KWIK KOPY PRINTING 

002503 LANGUAGE CIRCLE ENTERPRISES 

002498 LARC PUBLISHING 

004046 LEAD EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES, INC 

002163 LEBLANC'S HARDWARE 

004049 LEXIS LAW PUBLISHING 

001485 LIBRARY STORE, INC. 

004051 LIBRARY VIDEO COMPANY 

000540 LINGUISYSTEMS, INC. 36-2946180 

00403 5 LONDONDERRY PIANO AND ORGAN 

004062 LONGMEADOW LADIES CIRCLE 

00227 7 LONG'S ELECTRONICS 

002409 MANCHESTER AUTO GLASS 

000212 CITY OP MANCHESTER 

000213 MAR-DON PRINTING CO 

002313 J. A. MARINO AUTOMATIC HEATING 

002603 MAR J AM 

002343 BRUCE MASON 

002219 MAST ROAD GRAIN & BUILDING SUP 

004066 MAYER-JOHNSON CO 

002175 MCINTIRE BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC 

002271 MERRIMACK VALLEY PHYSICAL 

002563 MERRIMACK VALLEY BUSINESS 

004047 MERRIMACK EDUCATION CENTER 

000223 MODERN CURRICULUM PRESS 

000568 MODERN LEARNING PRESS 

00137 2 MOLLOYS SOUND AND VIDEO 

000234 NASCO 39-1743735 

002541 NAT'L MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSOC. 

000239 NAT'L GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 

002490 NBI PUBLISHING 

000660 NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLICATIONS 

002259 DAVID NEILSEN 

000242 NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE OF MIDDLE 

004009 NH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

004030 N.H. HOSPITAL 

002346 NEW HAMPSHIRE ASCD 

76 



LAST YEAR 


PAYMENTS 


446 


.20 


200 


.00 


63 


.80 


48 


.60 


6752 


.59 


4800 


.00 


1287 


.50 


17238 


.03 


104 


.95 


395 


.00 


7310 


.00 


1203 


.00 


79 


.34 


6828 


.00 


1436 


.00 


159 


.50 


67 


.57 


131 


. 10 


735 


.49 


48 


.50 


198 


.13 


196 


.35 


213 


.07 


3739 


.00 


40 


.00 


304. 


.60 


740. 


,56 


407764 . 


,03 


843. 


,40 


169. 


,86 


134. 


,51 


50. 


.00 


32. 


,85 


1949. 


40 


1068. 


60 


6532. 


50 


177. 


00 


800. 


00 


1832. 


94 


166. 


32 


348. 


24 


1073. 


04 


117. 


20 


347. 


50 


48. 


34 


223. 


14 


45. 


00 


1540. 


00 


13. 


66 


452. 


50 


25. 


00 



VENDOR 
NUMBKR 



VENDOR NAME 



VENDOR LIST 

AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

1998-1999 PAYMENTS 

FEDERAL ID NO. 



LAST YEftfi 
PAYMENTil 



000233 
004073 
002207 
002544 
002298 
004060 
002560 
002190 
002383 
002197 
002407 
002402 
000230 
000231 
001674 
002333 
004075 
002399 
002210 
002191 
002453 
004011 
002214 
001650 
004010 
004045 
002174 
002225 
002316 
002565 
002233 
002312 
002344 
. 002229 
004058 
000474 
002392 
000063 
000283 
000285 
002293 
002276 
002601 
004017 
004054 
002326 
002237 
002605 
002283 
004015 
004065 



NEW HAMPSHIRE ASSOCIATION OP 

NHATECH 

NEW HAMPSHIRE CORRECTIONS 

NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT 

NH DEPT OF LABOR 

TREASURER, STATE OF N.H. 

TREASURER, STATE OF N.H. 

N.H. ENVIRONMENTAL SVC LAB 

NHMA INSURANCE TRUST 

NHMA INSURANCE TRUST 

NEW HAMPSHIRE MUSIC EDUCATORS 

N.H. STATE POLICE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOOL 

NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOOL BOARDS 

NHSBIT 

NORTHEAST RURAL WATER ASSOC. 

AUBURN OLYMPIC OF THE MIND 

OASIS MAGAZINE 

OLYMPIA COMPUTING COMPANY, INC 

AUBURN VILLAGE SCHOOL 

NH RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

DR ANGELO E. PANTELI 

PARAMOUNT LABS 

PAXTON / PATTERSON 

PBS ADULT LEARNING SERVICE 

ALYNA PECK 

PELMAC INDUSTRIES, INC. 

J.W. PEPPER 

PeRMA- BOUND 

PIANOARTS, INC. 

PINKERTON ACADEMY 

PLODZIK & SANDERSON 

LINDA POIRIKR 

POPULAR SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE 

PRECISION MOVEMENTS 

PRENTICE HALL 

PRO- ED 

PROVIDER ENTERPRISES 

PSYCHOLOGICAL CORPORATION 

PUBLIC SERVICE CO OF N.H. 

PUBLISHERS QUALITY LIBRARY SVC 

QUILL CORPORATION 

RECORDED BOOKS, INC 

RESEARCH FOR BETTER TEACHING 

RITE-AID 

RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO 

KATHLEEN ROGGENBUCK 

RPF ASSOCIATES 

TOM RUSSO 

SALEM SCHOOL DISTRICT 

SAMMONS PRESTON, INC. 

77 



001-24-8856 



725. 
1487. 
162 
204 
25 
2400 
596, 
1426. 
12045. 
178209. 
40. 
68. 
25. 
2597. 
2117. 
100. 
1153. 
21. 
809. 
435. 
115077. 
54210. 
295. 
367. 
25. 
655. 
466. 
468. 
434.: 
70. t 
1273694.1 
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174.7^ 

580.6. 

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217. T- 

15. 0i: 

903. 0r 

188.6: 



VENDOR 
NUMBER 



VENDOR NAME 



VENDOR LIST 

AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

1998-1999 PAYMENTS 

FEDERAL ID NO. 



LAST YEAR 
PAYMENTS 



002608 SATLINK SUBSCRIPTION 

000375 TREASURER - SAU#15 

002504 SAXON PUBLISHERS 

004032 MEG SCHLAUCH 

001004 SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES 

000323 SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION 

002275 SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL 

0007 58 NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL SUPPLY 

002493 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN 

004029 SEA WORLD OF CALIFORNIA 

000328 SEAMAN'S SUPPLY CO, INC. 

000315 S.E.R.E.S.C. 

002447 SERVICE CREDIT UNION 

002606 SHADE TREE LANDSCAPING INC 

002511 PAMELA SHKPARD 

002533 SHIFPLER EQUIPMENT SALES, INC, 

002193 SUPER SHOP AND SAVE #120 

000339 SILVER BURDETT & GINN 

004007 SIMON & SCHUSTER 

002211 SIR SPEEDY 

004056 TOM SNYDER PRODUCTIONS 

004042 SOCIETY FOR DEVELOPMENTAL ED 

000344 SOULE, LESLIE, ZELIN,SAYWARD S, 

0025 5 5 SPAULDING YOUTH CENTER 

002593 DAVID ST. PIERRE 

000352 STANDARD SERVICE OF N.E. 

002150 STANLEY ELEVATOR COMPANY 

002397 STAPLES 

002240 STARK WHOLESALE ELECTRONICS 

004001 STATE STREET BANK & TRUST CO 

002592 CATHERINE STAVRAKAS 

004034 STILLS POWER EQUIPMENT CO 

002228 SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES OF 

002049 SUMI'IIT LEARNING 

004071 SUNBURST COMMUNICATIONS 

002281 ■ SURPLUS OFFICE SUPPLY 

002524 SYNERGETICS 

002296 J. HERBERT TARDIFF 

002194 TAYLOR RENTAL 

000362 TEACH Si LEARN SHOP 

004025 TEACHh'R'S WORKSHOP 

002572 TECH-PC 

00214 7 THeRAPRO, INC. 

002148 THERAPY SKILL BUILDERS 

002489 TINY TOTS PRESCHOOL /KINDeRG. 

002336 TRI COUNTY LEAGUE 

004039 TWO FIDDLES 

002454 UNITED WAY 

000383 UNION LEADER CORPORATION 

002584 UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE 

002239 UNIVERSITY BOOK SERVICE 



080-50-7773 



02-0479363 
02-0212933 



120 
123596 
130 
66 
554 
1128 
87 
13074 
16548 
6 
10095 
49639 
94342 
2777 
60 
495 
844 
2947 , 
125, 
353. 
149. 
89. 
518. 
3184. 
79. 
100. 
624. 
2048. 
133. 
279315. 
600. 
249. 
160. 
128. 
2471 . 
360 
365 
1201 
175 
14 
1090 
17173 
106 
150 
2484 
210, 
600 
802, 
491. 
4709. 
79. 



.00 

.80 

,23 

,13 

,16 

,46 

50 

87 

00 

00 

67 

68 

15 

68 

18 

91 

30 

77 

77 

40 

04 

00 

00 

.64 

.91 

.00 

.00 

.37 

.96 

.00 

.00 

.73 

.32 

.92 

.80 

,00 

,03 

,20 

,00 
95 
00 

00 

30 

89 

97 

00 

00 

00 

18 

68 

43 



78 



VENDOR LIST 

AUBURN SCHOOL DISTRICT 

1998-1999 PAYMENTS 



VENDOR 
MUMBh'R 



VENDOR NAME 



FEDERAL ID NO, 



LAST yea: 

PAYMENT, 



002324 

002425 

002444 

002270 

002345 

004041 

002607 

002287 

002152 

004026 

002302 

002355 

002501 

002151 

TOTALS: 



UPBEAT 

US POSTAL SERVICE 

VARIABLE ANNUITY LIFE INS CO 

VILLAGE CHILDREN'S CENTER 

WAGON PHOTO SALES, INC. 

WALMART 

WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NH 

WEEKLY READER CORPORATION 

WELSH PRODUCTS, INC. 

WHOLESALE EDUC SUPPLIERS CO 

H.W. WILSON COMPANY 

WORLD ALMANAC EDUCATION 

WORLD OF SCIENCE 

ZANER BLOSER 



NUMBER OP VENDORS LISTED = 269 



94-2608629 



39 

10781 

195151 

5596 

212 

697 

2866 

787 

12S 

415 

3012 

996 

144 

217 

3811944 



79 



Auburn Village School 
Lunch Program 



Cash on hand, July 1, 1998 
Income from meals 
Income from a la carte sales 
Income from Federal reimbursement 

Income from State reimbursement 
Interest income 



21,204.22 
69,134.50 
27,452.97 

20,599.00 

1,152.00 

290.64 



TOTAL REVENUE/RECEIPTS 139.833.33 

Expenses for labor 51.058.92 

Cost of food 63,706.81 

Cost of supplies 1,683.38 

Cost of equipment 2,299.94 

Cost of repairs 802.50 

Bank charges 648.42 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 120199.97 

CASH ON HAND, July 1, 1999 19.633.36 



Meals served during school year: 




Children (breakfast) 


10,077 


Children (lunch) 


43,254 


Adult (breakfast) 


124 


Adult (lunch) 


1,484 


Free (breakfast) 


1,459 


Free (lunch) 


3,192 


Reduced (breakfast) 


807 


Reduced (lunch) 


1,901 


Cost charges: 




Children (breakfast) 


.80 


Children (lunch) 


1.30 


Adults (breakfast) 


1.05 


Adults (lunch) 


2.50 


Reduced (breakfast) 


.30 


Reduced (lunch) 


.40 


Milk - child/adult 


.357.45 



Auburn Village School 

Enrollment Report 

1998-1999 

(as of October 1. 1998) 



GRADE 



R/1 

13 



1 

67 



2 
69 



3 

84 



4 

73 



5 

75 



6 

78 



7 
76 



8 

69 



TOTAL 

604 



HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADE 

Manchester 
Pinkerton Academy 



9 10 

10 7 
60 51 



'Includes Special Education Students 



11 

12 
67 



12 

30 
50 



TOTAL 

59 
228 



Tuition/Pupil 

$5,189.87 
$5,745.60 



80 



Auburn Village School 

Class Of 1999 

Graduates 



Meghan Marie Armstrong 
Justin Arseneault 
Jayme Lee Bean 
Megan Lee Bouclier 
Jason Alan Bryant 
Sean Canedy 
Jessica Elizabeth Chabot 
Michelle Ann Chang 
Josh T. Chaput 
Derek P. Charbonneau 
Adam R. Cook 
Morgan Alexis Cote 
Christopher M. Couture 
Matthew Thomas Daly 
Steve DeCarolis 
Jason Thomas Diorio 
Daniel L Douglass 
Katie Michelle Edelmann 
Jessica-Lynn Eisman 
Rachel Marie Firth 
James J. Foley III 
Jeremy James Foskitt 
Joshua Paul Fredette 
Nathan Joseph Fredette 
Tiffany Lea Garon 
Joseph M. Gendron 
Joshua J. Geoffroy 
Sara Elizabeth Gerlitz 
Courtney A. Glennan 
Meaghan Elizabeth Glennan 
Kevin M. Godin 
Justin M. Hanlon 
Benjamin A. Henley 
Stephanie Lynn Hennequin 
Jennifer Marie Herrick 
Jonathan A. Hobbs 
Brittany Lynne Howard 



Brittany Jean Jackson 
Ryan Joseph Kelliher 
Greg Mark Laflamme 
Shawn David Laliberte 
Zachary R. Luken 
Jennifer Lee Macmillan 
Ashley Erin Mahoney 
Heather Eileen McDonald 
Logan A. Miles 
Julie Anne Morrison 
Kendra Lynn Nourie 
Brian Jason Parian 
James Richard Paris 
Nicholas Michael Parks 
Christopher Peaslee 
Sean Michael Perkins 
Alexander A. Piccioli 
Hayley Martha Poirer 
Tiffany L. Provencher 
Shawn Michael Radaci 
Joseph M. Rand 
Stephen R. Ray 
Andrew Edward Rehbein 
Jessica Lynn Rhodes 
Joshua William Rhodes 
Jessica Anne Rolfe 
Jenna Marie Russo 
Matthew Kenneth Sanford 
Matthew R. Sartorelli 
Lindsay Morgan Schmidtchen 
Daniel J. Shaw 
Douglas J. Smith 
Kyle P. Tarry 
Cody Joseph Thiboult 
Brianna Rose Ward 
Jennifer Marie Willett 
Nicole Shannon Wilton 



Eighth Grade Class Officers 

President James Foley 

Vice President Brittany Howard 

Treasurer Joshua Rhodes 

Secretary Jessica Eisman 

Class Marshals 
Tara Parian Benjamin Monohon 

Ushers and Usherettes 

Laura Bowen Chase McEIroy 

Lauren Olivier Benjamin O'Brien 

Kelsey Skeffington Ross Reynolds 

Flower Girl and Boy 

Elizabeth Russo Shane Foley 



81 



GRIFnN LIBRARY ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1999 



The GrifFin Library was very busy in 1999. The total circulation was 13,473 and 
seventy-seven new library cards were issued. 

The theme of the Summer Reading Program was 'Once Upon a Summer Readmg', which 
was taught by Lee Ann Chase. We also continued with the story hour for younger 
children presented by Nancy Pelton. 

We purchased a new computer in July. This replaced the 'antique' that was no longer 
working (never mind not Y2K compliant). 

The director, Edith Cummings, and the trustees attended continuing education classes 
sponsored by the New Hampshire Library Trustees Assoc. They also attended a seminar 
on Media-One's RoadRunner hitemet service. The director attended several conferences, 
including ones sponsored by the N.H. Library Assoc, The N. E. Library Assoc, and the 
Children's Library Assoc. 

The Building Committee continued to be active raising more ftrnds and also getting 
additional pledges of construction materials. Fundraisers for the addition included the 
armual St. Patrick's Day Dance, the MuUi-media and Book Sale in August and another 
successful Breakfast with Santa in December. 

We contracted with R.S.L. Layout & Design, Inc. of Raymond to design the site plan for 
the addition and to guide the committee through the permit process. With them 
representing us, we have appeared before the Zoning Board of Adjustment and received 
the variances we need to proceed. We are scheduled to appear before the Planning Board 
for final approval. 



Respectfiilly submitted, 

Nancy J. Mayland 
Feria Hanscom 
David Griffm 



82 



FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY REPORT FOR 1999 



The Friends of the Library spent an active year bringing programs to the members of the 
community. We provided interesting lectures, aduh craft classes, free museum passes 
and purchased much-needed books for the library. We contmue to support the library 
and to encourage our residents to use their resources and programs. 

In February we had a lecture and slide show entitled 'Medical Mission to Romania' by 
Dr. Pierce and his wife. We also held our annual 'Love Your Library' drawing for gift 
certificates to a local bookstore. 

Li the month of March, Sterling Financial Group gave a lecture about fmancial planning 
strategies specifically for women. 

Marge Kiley taught a decoupage craft class in April. Bemadette Bassett gave a lecture on 
planters and hanging baskets. We also began our relationship with Yankee Magazine 
with them donating to the library a portion of every subscription. 

In August we presented a free children's concert about Cinderella and her comically inept 
stepsisters. We sold ice cream sundaes and lemonade at the show. We also sold ice 
cream sundaes and Yankee subscriptions at the Historical Association's Annual duck 
race. 

During the month of September we held our big fundraiser for the year. The first annual 
'Antique Appraisal Day' was a fun event and great success with many people being 
pleased with the appraisals they received from our experts. Professor Bachelor returned 
to give a lecture 'The Big 4 and More in Africa'. 

In October we had our annual Skywatach program. The Friends served hot cider and hot 
chocolate and snacks. We also held a class on making pictures with pressed flowers. 
Peggy Neveu who taught this class donated all proceeds to the building ftind. 

In November and December the Friends were busy with their annual fudge sale. They 
sold 34 pounds in November and 80 pounds in December - a record! The profit was 
used to purchase a series of books on the states. Marge Kiley taught the final craft class, 
where attendees made three lovely Christmas pins. 

Our goal for this coming year is to increase our membership, to purchase more museum 
passes and to present more programs for Auburn residents. 



83 



Griffin Free Public Library 
Report of the Treasurer 

RECEIPTS 



Balance Brought Forward 1/1/99 




23,874.95 


Rockingham Herb Society 


$ 22.00 




Town Appropriation 


19,342.00 




From Trust Funds 


156.56 




Refunds 


30.95 




Bank Interest 


105.42 




TOTAL RECEIPTS 




$19,656.93 






43,531.88 


DISBURSEMENTS 




Books 


7,659.25 




Periodicals 


38341 




Building Maintenance-Trash Pickup, Plowing, 






Cleaning, Repair to Outside Door, Storage for 






Museum pieces. 


2,832.91 




Dues: NHLTA, NELA, CHILIS 


219.50 




Conferences; Librarian and Trustees 


382.87 




Summer Reading Program 


290.07 




Supplies and Postage 


2,859.47 




(New Computer) 






Floor Lamp and Bulb 


31.21 




Belmont Springs - Drinking Water 


161.40 




Dave's Septic 


708.00 




Utilities: 






Energy North - Gas $ 1 ,4 1 2 . 96 






BellAtlanic- Phone 1,350.05 






PS of NH 724.77 


3,487.78 





TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 



19,015.87 



Bank Balance 12/31/99 

St. Mary,s Bank - Checking Account 

GRAND TOTAL 



24,516.01 



$43,531.88 



Respectfully submitted, 
David S. Gri^m, Treasurer 



84 



AUBURN VILLAGE CEMETERY 
REPORT OF THE TREASURER 
RECEIPTS 
Balance Brought Forward 1/1/99 



$21,226.56 



Sale of Lots 


$2,000.00 




Town Appropriation 


900.00 




Trust Funds 


1,400.00 




Interest from Savings Account 


253.98 




Interest from Checking Account 


52.48 


4,606.46 


TOTAL RECEIPTS 




$25,833.02 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Walter Jamroz, Seed 

Union Leader Corp., Flag 

H. Burgess, Trust Fund Trustee 

J. H. Rolfe, Regrading Driveway 

TruGreen Chem Lawn 

Scott Norris, Mowing 



$ 



10.00 

8.00 

1,500.00 

1,878.92 

2,100.00 

3.056.00 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 



8.552.92 



Bank Balances 12/31/99 
Citizens Bank - Savings Account 
Fleet Bank - Checking Account 



15,752.42 
1,527.68 


17,280.10 




25,833.02 



GRAND TOTAL 




85 



Longmeadow Cemetery Account - Eva Lunnie, Treasurer 

January 1 , 1 999 through December 31 , 1 999 



Bank Balances at January 1, 1999: 

Citizens Bank-Savings #3350-228607 (Adjusted at Audit) 
Citizens Bank-Savings #3342-013596 
Fleet Bank-Savings #724-8-93673-1 

Total Beginning Balance (As Audited) 



$10,967.85 
$ 3,194.47 
S 3.053.63 



$17,215.95 



Funds Received: 

Receipts from Town of Auburn 

Receipts from Trust Funds 

Interest Income: 

Citizens Bank-Savings #3350-228607 
Citizens Bank-Savings #3342-013596 
Fleet Bank-Savings #724-8-93673-1 

Total Funds Received 

Total of Beginning Balances and Funds Received 



$7,000.00 
$3,000.00 

$ 207.38 
$ 53.26 
$ 35.73 



$10,296.37 
$27,512.32 



Funds Paid Out: 

Bank Checks Drawn: 

Repairs & Maintenance - Replenish Petty Cash Fund $ 44.07 

Repairs and Maintenance $2,500.00 

Trustee Fees $ 150.00 

Town ofAubum- Budget $7,000.00 

Petty Cash $ 100.00 

Total Funds Paid Out 



$ 9,794.07 



Bank Balances December 31. 1999: 

Citizens Bank-Savings #3350-228607 
Citizens Bank-Savings #3342-013596 
Fleet Bank-Savings #724-8-93673-1 

^Sl BankBalances - December 31, 1999 



$11,381.85 
$ 3,247.73 
$ 3.089.36 



Total Funds Paid Out and Bank Balances - December 31, 1999 



,Ui;;:,2i8.25 

$27,512.32 



86 



HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT 1999 

The town of Auburn Health officials took part in the following activities during the past 
year: 

- Scheduled inspections of Children Day Care facilities for State of NH License 
renewals. 

- Investigation of failed septic systems, 

- Witnessed test pits for the siting of new/replacement septic systems. 

- Assisted the State Department of Environmental Services in the testing of private 
wells for possible volatile organic compound (VOCs) contamination. 

- Investigated tenant/landlord complaints relative to RSA48-A Minimum Rental 
Housing requirements. 

- Submitted bio-solids sample to state approved lab for final analysis. 

- Participated as town witness in Rockingham County Court case. 

In the Spring and Fall we attended the annual NH Health Officer's Association sponsored 
conferences. Some topics covered subjects such as Bioterrorism, revised Child Care 
rules. Sludge issues, and Dealing with Hazardous to Life, Safety, or Health Buildings, etc. 

During the past year the State Department of Health and Human Services, Department of 
Environmental Services, has been dealing with increasing reports of private drinking 
water wells being contaminated with a gasoline additive called MtBE (methyl 
tertiary-butyl ether) a suspected carcinogen. 

Some wells in Auburn have been found to contain low amounts of MtBE, To date their is 
no federal safe water standard for this oxygenate. However, the current state standard is 
70 ppb(parts per billion); a standard the DES is proposing be set at 13 ppb according to 
recent news articles. In the meantime private property owners and landlords can help 
prevent well contamination by the carefijll handling of gasoline to avoid spills when filling 
mowers and other fuel operated yard and recreation equipment. 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continued cooperation 
during our inspections/investigations, as this will help the town of Auburn remain a healthy 
place to live, work and play Should you have any health related questions or concerns, 
we may be reached by calling the Board of Selectmen's office, 483-5052. 

Respectfijlly submitted, 

Leo P. Blais, Sr. Carrie Rouleau-Cote 

Health Officer Deputy Health Officer 



87 



RECREATION COMMISSION 

The year 1999 proved to be a year of continued improvements to Sandy 
Acres Recreation Area. Progress based on long-range plans took another 
step forward. Programs that have become staples over the past few 
years, such as the Family Event at the Audubon Society, the After- 
School Ski Program, and the Senior Citizens Spring and Fall trips, were 
continued. 

In January, the Commission welcomed a new member Phil .Jurson and 
the Commission was fortunate to keep Al Samson as Representative of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

The ball fields at Sandy Acres Recreation Area were in full use in the 
spring, summer and fall, by the different baseball, softball and soccer 
leagues. Additional fields are planned. The fields continue to be 
maintained and improved by fertilizing, seeding and reseeding, and 
adding loam. The Auburn Little League organized clean-up days in April 
and September; debris was removed, the fields were sanded, raked, 
seeded, reseeded, loamed, and repairs were made. Volunteers of the 
Little League donated many hours as well as materials, equipment, and 
funds for the improvement of the fields. 

The tennis court will be ready for use in the spring of next year. 

Proposals to move the playground to another area and upgrade it are in 
the planning stages. Work on an irrigation system has begun; the pipes 
are in and the well has been checked. Completion is expected in the 
spring or early summer next year. 

The Commission sponsored a soccer clinic in the fall under the 
leadership of the YMCA, a baseball league under the direction of Clint 
Robinson and the Auburn Babe Ruth League. In cooperation with the 
Little League, the Commission also sponsored the installation of night 
lighting so the fields can be use at night relieving some of the crowding, 

Work on Appletree Park continued. The basketball court is in use. New 
equipment for the playground was installed. Landscaping will be done in 
the spring of next year. The After-Ski Program started January 6, 1999, 
and ended February 3, 1999, under the volunteer direction of Lucy 
Rhodes. The students were transported by bus from the Auburn Village 
School to Pat's Peak and were returned to the school. 



Constant contact has been maintained with P.L.A.Y. -Circle of Fun. The 
playground was inspected for safety and repairs and will he landscaped 
in the spring of next year. The Connnnission will take over from P.L.A.Y. 
the overseeing of the playground on January 1, 2000. 

The Auburn Volunteer Fire Department again volunteered its members 
to fill the ice rink and maintain it during the season. 

The Senior Citizens Spring tour took our seniors on June 15 in the 
morning to the Urban Forestry Center in Portsmouth, which was followed 
by a luncheon at the famous "Barnacle Billy's on Perkins Cove, 
Ogonquit. Afterwards time was allowed to walk the "Magical Way" walk 
and for shopping and sightseeing. 

The Senior Citizens Fall tour took the seniors on October 12 to 
Bennington, Vermont. A stop was made at Hogback Mountain for a 100 
mile view of the beautiful fall foliage. In Bennington the Bennington 
Museum was visited for the largest collection of paintings by Grandma 
Moses as well as crafts from the area. A luncheon was enjoyed at 
Paradise Restaurant. We were joined by a historian living in Bennington 
who gave us in the afternoon a most comprehensive explanation of the 
events that had taken place in the region. We said farewell to him at the 
Bennington Battle Monument 

The Recreation Commission looks back on the year 1999 with gratitude 
for the many volunteer hours, materials donated, use of equipment and 
monetary donations, given by so many. The Commission wants to thank 
all those who have given so freely of their time and is looking forward to 
this continuous support. 

The Recreation Commission sponsors programs and activities for all 
residents of Auburn. Please contact any of the Commissioners with your 
suggestions or ideas for activities and programs. The Commission 
wishes to serve the community and is always looking for volunteers to 
lead the different activities and programs. It enjoys serving the 
residents. The Commission meets on the first Wednesday of each month 
at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall and all meetings are open to the public. 

Respectfully submitted Commissioners: Linda Breault, Chair 

Phil Jurson 
Stan Lewis 

Linda Breault, Chair Tom Skeffington 

A! Samson, Rep., Board of Selectmen 



89 



ZONING BOARD OF ADIUSTMENT 



The Zoning Board of Adjustment nneets on demand at 7:30 p.m. on 
the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Town Hall. 

The Zoning Board is made up of volunteer members and alternates 
appointed by the Board of Selectmen. This year we welcomed two 
new alternates to the Board and one member resigned due to a 
move outside the Town of Auburn. 

During the year 1999, the Board held 19 hearings handling 17 
Variances, 1 Special Exception, and 1 Equitable Waiver. The 
meetings are open to the public; agendas and minutes of the 
hearings are posted at the Town Hall and the Post Office. Hearings 
are also announced under "Legal Notices" in the "Union Leader." 

I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the members and 
alternates on the Board for their time, dedication, and expertise 
given freely on behalf of the Town of Auburn. 



Mark A. Wright, Chair 
Zoning Board of Adjustment 



Members and alternates of the Zoning Board of Adjustment: 



Members: 


Mark A. Wright 


Chair 


2001 




James Lagana 


Vice-Chair 


2000 




Brenda Beer 




2002 




John Kelleher 




Resigned 




Michael Logue 




2002 




Peggy Neveu 




2001 


Alternates: 


Daniel Carpenter 




2000 




Alan Cote 




2002 




Curtis Northrup 




2002 



Liaison Planning Board: 

Charles "Stoney" Worster 



2001 



90 



Case 


ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT - 1999 CASES 




Hearing 






Nbr. 


Applicant(s) 


Date 


Type 


Decision 


99-01 


Michael Polanik 


Jan. 26 


Variance 


Continued 


99-02 


Mitchell Hanlon 


Jan. 26 


Variance 


Granted 


99-01 


Michael Polanik 


Feb. 23 


Variance 


Continued 


99-03 


Octavio Arieta 


Feb. 23 


Spec. Exception 


Granted 


99-01 


Michael Polanik 


Mar. 23 


Variance 


Withdrawn 


99-04 


Mark Remillard 


Mar. 23 


Variance 


Granted 


99-05 


James Edwards 


May 25 


Variance 


Granted 


99-06 


Paul Labrie 


May 25 


Variance 


Continued 


99-06 


Paul Labrie 


Jun. 22 


Variance 


Granted 


99-07 


Michael Gearty 


Jun. 22 


Variance 


Granted 


99-08 


Edward Fehrenbach 


Jun. 22 


Equitable Waiver 


Granted 


99-09 


John Sylvain 


Jun. 22 


Variance 


Granted 


99-10 


Kenneth Harnum 


Jun. 22 


Variance 


Granted 


99-11 


Bradford Oil Company 


Jun. 22 


Variance 


Granted 


99-12 


Joseph Diorio 


Aug. 24 


Variance 


Granted 


99-13 


Maine Drilling and 


Sep. 28 


Variance 


Granted 


99-14 


Frank Mesmer 


Sep. 28 


Variance 


Granted 


99-15 


Daniel Carpenter 


Sep. 28 


Variance 


Granted 


99-16 


Jennifer Cameron 


Oct. 26 


Variance 


Continued 


99-16 


Jennifer Cameron 


Nov. 23 


Variance 


Denied 


99-17 


Bradford Oil Company 


Nov. 23 


Variance 


Granted 


99-18 


Walter Emerson 


Nov. 23 


Variance 


Continued 


99-18 


Walter Emerson 


Dec. 28 


Variance 


Denied 


99-19 


Griffin Free Public 
Library 


Dec. 28 


Variance 


Granted 



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AUBURN PLANNING BOARD 



The Auburn Planning Board has had a very active year reviewing various 
proposals within the Town. 1999 brought several "major" subdivision applications before 
the Board - examples include a 21 lot subdivision off Rockingham Road, a 13 lot 
subdivision off Chester Road, and a 10 lot subdivision on Coleman Road. Several other 
proposals are still under consideration and most likely will be approved by the time this 
report is published. New Subdivision Regulations were adopted in August - this allowed 
us to "retire" the 1986 version which had been in effect for almost 14 years. 

Along with subdivisions there are several large site plan proposals involving 
significant engineering and technical review still awaiting approval. Plans for a gas 
station/convenience store at Route 101 Exit 2 were presented to the Board. Several 
residents took part in the public hearing review process and attended meetings to voice 
their concerns and work with the Board and applicant to develop a site that fits the 
character of the community while providing services in a manner that meets all 
environmental and safety standards. Another large proposal currently before the Board 
is for an Office Business Park on the former rifle range property on Rockingham Road. 
For proposals such as these, the Board contracts engineering review services from 
Dufrense-Henry, Inc. of Manchester. All expenses relative to site plan and subdivision 
review are paid by the applicant. 

In closing, residents are reminded that the Planning Board meetings are open to 
the public and are held Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Auburn Town 
Hall. Agendas and meeting minutes are posted on a weekly basis in the Town Hall. The 
secretary is available to answer questions by contacting the Auburn Planning Board 
Office at 483-0799. 

Submitted by: 

Carrie Rouleau-Cote 

Secretary, Auburn Planning Board 



AUBURN PLANNING BOARD MEMBERS 



Russell Sullivan, Chairman 




Term Expires 2002 


Charles Worster, Vice Chairman 


Term Expires 2001 


Brenda Sanborn 




Term Expires 2001 


Charles Therriault 




Term Expires 2002 


Peter Martin 




Term Expires 2000 


Paula Marzloff 




Term Expires 2000 


Carol Peterson, Alternate 




Term Expires 2002 


Kevin Dandrade, Alternate 




Term Expires 2001 


Harland Eaton, Selectmen's 


Representative 





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AUBURN PLANNING BOARD 

APPROVALS GRANTED 

1999 



SUBDIVISION APPROVALS 



LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT 



Auburn Safety Complex - Map 10 Lot 3 
Eaton Road 

Michael Bnen - Map 5 Lot 25-2 
Calef Road 

EJS Realty Trust - Map 4 Lot 11-2 
Londonderry Turnpike 

Espana Builders - Map 8 Lot 17 
Coleman Road 

Vincent Galvin - Map 1 1 Lot 30-2 
Dearborn Road 



Paul Dorais - Map 10 Lot 22 
Dorothy Rogers Heald - Map 10 Lot 22-1 
Dollard Road 

EJS Realty Trust - Map 4 Lot 1 1 A & 1 1 -2 
Londonderry Turnpike 

Maine Drilling & Blasting - Map 1 Lot 3 
Joseph Stacy - Map 1 Lot 5 
Johnson - Map 1 Lot 4 

Londonderry Turnpike 



EXCAVATION PERMIT RENEWALS 



Griffin Quarry, Inc. - Map 7 Lot 25 
Massabesic Drive 

Maverick Development - Map 5 Lot 71 
Chester Road 



Daniel & Dorothy Carpenter - Map 1 1 Lot 49 
Chester Turnpike 

Paul Garabedian - Map 1 1 Lot 50 
Birch Road 



William McEvoy - Map 9 Lot 16 
Hooksett Rd/McEvoy Dr. 

George/Suzanne Mercier - Map 9 Lot 14 
Rockingham Road 

Steven Padfield - Map 9 Lot 15 
Hooksett Road 



Alfred Sanborn - Map 11 Lot 19 
Chester Turnpike 

Everett Seavey - Map 11 Lot 1 1 

Raymond Road/Chester Turnpike 



FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS REPORTS 



Shea's Purchase, Inc. - Map 9 Lot 3 
Rockingham Road 



SITE PLAN REVIEW 



Sheila Bruso - Map 6 Lot 4 
Londonderry Turnpike 

Leo Guilbeault - Map 12 Lot 16-19 
Hills Road 



Bradford Oil Company - Map 1 Lot 36-44 
Londonderry Turnpike 

CMS Limited Partnership - Map 1 Lot 22 
Londonderry Turnpike 



Ken Lavoie - Map 1 1 Lot 37-28 
Buttonwood Drive 

Nguyen, Kim - Map 5 Lot 47 
Chester Road 



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AUBURN POLICE DEPARTMENT - ANNUAL REPORT 



During Nineteen hundred and Ninety-Nine the Auburn Police 
Department experienced many changes. Foremost on the list is the 
personnel changes that have been very costly, monetarily and 
emotionally. 

During the year the following officers terminated their employment 
with the Auburn Police Department; Scott Tardiff, Michael Bernard, 
Timothy King, Michael Berntsen, Michelle Dowse, and Paul Roberts. 
All these officers represented extensive training, and valuable 
experience. The new officers hired in 1999 to start to bring our police 
force back to a full compliment are as follows; H. Daniel Wade, Dona 
Davis, Daniel Jones, and Steven Donahue. At this point, only Dan 
Wade is fully trained and working patrol shifts. Dona Davis will soon 
be ready to go on her own as a qualified patrol officer. However, Dan 
Jones and Steve Donahue are yet to complete the academy, putting 
their ability to perform patrol duties off until late April, 2000. 

This translates into a year proven to be the worse ever for turnovers. 
When interviewed, each out going member related the need for a 
more competitive salary. These young officers were either just 
getting married, or becoming parents, which created a financial need 
that could not be provided by the Auburn Police Department. This 
caused them to take their valuable training elsewhere, receiving a 
livable compensation for their knowledge and experience. 

This all means that our diminished staff is contributing unfettered 
dedication to the Town of Auburn to accomplish the mission of the 
police department. This dedication is illustrated in the number of 
cases handled by the police officers now serving the citizens of our 
town. 

The break down of the seven thousand three hundred and thirty six 
cases shows that the officers do a lot more than the average citizen 
is aware of. In our pursuit of public safety on the roadways alone; we 
have issued four hundred fifty eight summons, three thousand one 
hundred eighty warnings, and forty one arrests for Driving While 
Intoxicated. This effort has effectively made our motoring public 
safer, evident by the very low accident rate of only ninety-four 
crashes. 



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Our continued professionalism, cooperation, and relationship with 
other agencies remains an asset for our town. This year saw some 
growth in the agencies we deal with and work well with. A large 
group made up of many agencies were brought together early in the 
year to search for a missing Manchester man feared to have taken 
his own life. The organized group was made up of personnel from the 
following groups; Auburn Police Department, Auburn Volunteer Fire 
Department, Manchester Water Works, New Hampshire Fish and 
Game, Hew Hampshire State Police, and the Manchester Police 
Department. After a week long effort, the body was found by yet 
another group; the New England K-9 Search and Rescue a non-profit 
team of experts from New London, New Hampshire. 

In mid spring, a blood spattered vehicle was found in town leading to 
yet another new professional relationship. The investigation led our 
department to the City of Lowell, Massachusetts. The vehicle was 
used in an attempted murder in Lowell, and dumped in Auburn, New 
Hampshire. The work and cooperation of the agencies involved, led 
to an arrest and successful ending. 

Two other agencies we work closely with on a regular basis are the 
Manchester Police Department and the New Hampshire State Police. 

The tragic Manchester homicide of Mary Stetson had an Auburn 
connection, bringing the Manchester investigators and the Auburn 
officers together on the case. 

The Major Crimes Unit of the New Hampshire State Police has been in 
the Town of Auburn during 1999 no less than six times to assist in 
investigations. Not to mention the unknown amount of times the New 
Hampshire State Police K-9 units have assisted in different types of 
criminal activity. 

This again illustrates the respect the Auburn Police Department 
receives from the New Hampshire Law Enforcement Community. 

The Auburn Police Department is also very concerned with the 
relationship it maintains with the community. We continue to serve 
with pride and professionalism, with a goal of presenting ourselves as 
the caring people we are. Some of the associations we have with the 
community are; the bicycle rodeo, the Cub Scouts, the Boy Scouts, 
and the D.A.R.E. program at the Auburn Village School. The 
department is now involved with two merit badge programs, Finger 



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Printing and Crime Prevention. The most recent endeavor is a 
program we joined with St. Peter's Church, collecting stuffed animals 
and using them at critical incidents. The program has been especially 
successful when dealing with children affected by domestic violence. 

Even though we are involved in the enforcement of the laws, the 
number one reason most officers cite for becoming a police officer is 
helping people. We will continue with that "need to help" for all the 
citizens of Auburn. 

In the new year of 2000, we are excited about the building of the new 
police station. We are hopeful that our new officers continue to 
exhibit their high quality of character, learn to be professional, and 
maintain the high standards the town expects and deserves. The 
entire police department thanks all the residents for their support, 
and understanding. We will continue to give you dedicated service. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Edward G. Picard, 
Chief of Police 



DEPARTMENT ROSTER 

Chief Edward Picard Full Time 

Sergeant David Flight Full Time 

Detective Gary Bartis Full Time 

Master Patrolman Michael McGillen Full Time 

Officer Roland Collins Full Time 

Officer Daniel Jones Full Time 

Officer Daniel Goonan Part Time 

Officer David Patten Part Time 

Officer Richard Langlois Part Time 

Officer Jerome Blanchard Part Time 

Officer H. Daniel Wade Part Time 

Officer Steven Donahue Part Time 

Officer Dona Davis Part Time 

Adm. Ass't. Dona Davis Full Time 

Dispatcher Jane Rego , Secretary Full Time 



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1999 ACTIVITY LOG 

Total Incidents 7336 
Accidents ^^ 

Aid to Other Agencies 1,078 

Law Enforcement 275 

Fire Department 183 

Others 620 



Arrest 



193 



DWI 41 

Other MV 43 

Criminal 109 

Check Ups 560 

Suspicious MV 342 

Suspicious Person 147 

Other 71 

incidents Investigated 1,738 

Animal 230 

Criminal 258 

Non-Criminal 1,251 

Juvenile Cases 34 

Motor Vehicle Stops 3,638 

Warnings 3,180 

Summons 458 



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HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE 



Last April the Highway Safety Committee welcomed the new 
representative from the Board of Selectmen, Harland Eaton. During 
the year, David Flight and David Totsch resigned; the Committee 
misses their expertise, common sense, and humor. Dan Carpenter 
took over as Chair of the Committee. 

The Committee had a challenging but successful year of 
accomplishments. It was actively involved as an advisory to the 
Board of Selectmen in the Road Reconstruction and Repairs projects. 
The reconstruction of Bunker Hill Road, and Pinqree Hill Road from 
Wilson's Crossing Road to the bridge, were completed. Other roads, 
such as Raymond Road in the village, Chester Turnpike from the 
Candia line to the Five Corners intersection, received a new black 
top. Culverts were placed on Depot Road and Raymond Road. Two 
intersections were rebuilt, Pingree Hill Road and Rattlesnake Hill 
Road as well as Bunker Hill Road and Dearborn Road. 

Visibility was improved at the intersection McEvoy Drive and Star 
Circle. The intersection Raymond Road and Eaton Hill Road will be 
reconstructed as soon as the Safety Complex design is approved. 

Financial assistance was applied for by the Police Department for 
continuance of DWI and radar control. Line striping of the 
recommended roads was done before winter set in. Roads in need 
of crack sealing were recommended to the Board of Selectmen. 

The new boat launch on Route 121 was opened in July. Severance 
Beach, an area that had been identified as a safety and traffic 
hazard, was closed off and is now open only for carry-on light boats. 
Improvements at the Deerneck Bridge boat launch are still under 
consideration and discussion is ongoing with the Manchester Water 
Works to make it a safer area. 

Recommendations were made to the Board of Selectmen requesting 
"Stop" and other signs when warranted. The Committee researched 
the needs for more street lighting and upgrading the existing lights, 
about 83. The Committee met with a representative of PSNH 
regarding placements of lights and the costs involved. The projected 



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costs will be a part of the upcoming budget and will save the Town a 
considerable amount of money. 

Truck traffic on Hooksett Road was discussed at a number of 
meetings. However, since this road is a State road, the Town is 
limited in what it can do. 

The Highway Safety Committee meets on the third Thursday of each 
month at 7:30 PM. at the Town Hall. All meetings are open to the 
public. Auburn residents with concerns for road safety, road and 
street signs, and road hazards may appear before the Committee or 
may make their concerns known in writing for consideration at the 
next meeting. 

The Committee is looking forward to another active year, the year 
2000, with many improvements for safety. 

The Committee thanks the residents of Auburn who brought forward 
their concerns and suggestions and thus made the Town a safer and 
better place for all. 



Respectfully submitted 



Dan Carpenter, Chair 



Members of the Highway Safety Committee: 

Dan Carpenter - Chair 

Eva Komaridis 

Carl Mavland 

Harland Eaton - Board of Selectmen Representative 



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Auburn Volunteer Fire Department 



As the 1999-year came to a close, our organization found itself 
thankful once again for a very safe & productive year. Marred by 
some personal losses of some dear friends and brothers within the 
fire service, our members stood strong and carried on with business 
as usual. As the Town continues to grow so does the responsibility of 
our department. We make every attempt to stay up on fire 
regulations for both residential & commercial buildings. This is not 
always an easy task, so with the help of local & state resources we 
are able to provide professional service in order to keep our Town 
safe. 

Once again our membership has responded to and met the demand 
of our fast growing community. As in past years, we have attempted 
to due as much maintenance ourselves in order to keep costs down. 
You will note our budget really hasn't changed over the years. This is 
mainly due to the commitment of our membership to provide a good 
quality service to the taxpayers of Auburn. 

Once again our hours and call volume have increased to an average 
of better than a call per day and we have logged almost 10,000 hours 
of related service. 



IN-HOUSE RESCUES 156 

M.V.A.'s 15 

M.V.A's REQUIRING JAWS 3 

M.V.A. WITH JAWS & MEDFLIGHT 2 

WATER RESCUES 2 

SEARCHS 2 

ANIMAL RESCUES 3 

TOTAL EMS/RESCUE'S 183 

BUILDING FIRES 6 

CHIMNEY FIRES 8 

SMOKE REMOVAL 10 

FURNACE PROBLEMS 4 

TOTAL STRUCTURE RELATED 28 

BRUSH FIRES 11 

ILLEGAL BURNING 9 

TRASH FIRE 2 

TOTAL OUTSIDE FIRES 22 



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PUBLIC ASSISTS 24 

CARBON MONOXIDE CALLS 10 

LOCKOUTS 2 

WIRES DOWN 16 

WIRES ARCING 8 

WATER PROBLEMS 1 

TOTAL SERVICE CALLS 61 

TOTAL VEHICLE FIRES 7 

TOTAL GOOD INTENT CALLS 13 

FUEL SPILLS 4 

OTHER HAZMAT INCIDENTS 2 

TOTAL HAZARDOUS METERIAL INCIDENTS 6 

MUTUAL AID STATION COVERAGE 10 

MUTUAL AID TO FIRE SCENE 14 

TOTAL MUTUAL AID CALLS 24 

FIRE ALARM ACTIVATIONS 11 

SYSTEM MALFUNTIONS 24 

TOTAL FIRE ALARM ACTIVATIONS 35 

TOTAL FALSE ALARMS 3 

TOTAL 1999 FIRE/EMS RESPONSES 382 

BURNING PERMITS ISSUED 398 

SKATING RINK FLOODED 6 



We maintain an open door policy and welcome the Towns people to 
come in and visit, and see where their tax dollar goes. It is also 
important to remember that our department is still a volunteer 
organization, so it may sometimes be difficult to reach someone right 
away. We ask that you be patient when trying to reach us for non- 
emergency incidents such as burning permits or inspections, because 
90% of our membership works during the day. So plan ahead and try 
contacting one of us in advance to get information about a question 
or permit. Our goal still is to "Provide Clean Professional Service at a 
Reasonable Cost". 



Respectfully submitted, 
Bruce Phillips, Fire Chief 



101 



BUILDING INSPECTOR'S REPORT 1999 



This past year certainly has been 
active for the Auburn Building Dept. 
The new home starts have increased by 
1/3 over the 1998 year and it appears 
the trend may continue into the 2000 
millennium. The permit fee revenues 
have also increased over the prior year. 

We anticipate a commercial 
growth as several projects have recently 
been approved or are in various phase 
of planning board review. 

The Building Dept. is responsible 
for all phases of constnjction from the 
base footings through to the finish 
stmcture. Some portion of our time is 
delegated to responding to complaints 
and zoning violations with a follow-up 
notice and/or site visit to resolve the 
dispute. 

This past year David Jore, our 
part-time building inspector of the last 6 
years, moved over to the town of 
Chester full-time. As a result here in 
Auburn a new part-time inspector was 
hired. Carrie Rouleau-Cote has been 
appointed as an Assistant Building 
Inspector to help cover some of the 
increasing demands in the department. 

I wish to thank the Town Hall 
Office Staff for their support the past few 
months to assist me in peri^orming my 
duties. 

Office Hours: 

Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 

Inspections are conducted after 
office hours on Tuesday, Thursday and 
Fridays. 

Permits are required before 
beginning any constmction, alterations, 
or repairs other than ordinary 
maintenance. If you are uncertain if a 
permit is necessary, call the Building 
Inspector's Office at 483-0516. 



Two hundred seventy eight 
home improvement permits, and 50 new 
single family home permits were issued 
for a total of 328 pennits in 1999. Total 
revenue generated from building permits 
amounted to thirty one thousand, five 
hundred fifty three dollars (531,553.00). 



A breakdown is as follows: 

New home permits 

Additions 

Accessory Dwellings 

Bams 

Decks 

Dormers 

Electrical 

Family Rooms 

Garages/Breezeway 

Heating Systems 

Interior Renovations 

Masonry Chimneys 

Manufactured Home Rep. 

Misc. (sheds) 

Permit Renewals 

Plumbing 

Porches 

Razed Buildings 

Second Floor Additions 

Septic System Replacement 

Signs 

Swimming Pools/sheds 



50 

16 


3 
15 

6 
59 

3 
14 
33 
10 

2 


14 
10 
40 
10 

2 

2 
20 
6 
19 



Total: 278 



Respectfully submitted, 

James Doolin 

Building Inspector/Code Enforcement 



102 



REPORT OF THE 
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHHIE PLANNING COMMISSION 

The Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission has a wide range of services and resources 
available to help the dues-paying members deal with a variety of municipal issues. Technical assistance 
is provided by a professional staff whose expertise is, when necessary, supplemented by consultants who 
are selected for their specialized skills or services. Each year, with the approval of your appointed 
representatives, the Commission staff designs and carries out programs of area-wide significance that are 
mandated under New Hampshire and federal laws or regulations, as well as local or site-specific projects 
which would pertain more exclusively to your community. 

Technical assistance is provided in a professional and timely manner by staff at the request of your 
Planning Board and/or the Board of Selectmen. The Commission conducts planning studies and carries 
out projects that are of common interest and benefit to all member communities, keeps your officials 
apprised of changes in planning and land use regulation and, in conjunction with the New Hampshire 
Municipal Association, offers training workshops for Planning and Zoning Board members on an annual 
basis. 

Services that were performed for the Town of Auburn during the past year are as follows: 

1. Co-sponsored the Mimicipal Law Lecture series. These meetings were attended by Auburn 
officials. 

2. Conducted traffic counts at twelve (12) locations in the Town of Auburn. Data was forwarded to 
the town's Planning Board Chairman. 

3. Provided a copy of the "Land Use Plan 2015 for the Southern New Hampshire Planning 
Commission Sub-region." A copy of that document was also sent to the Auburn Public Library. 

4. Provided a video entitled "Tools and Techniques" for the use of the Planning Board. 

5. Provided a handbook on "Stormwater Management for New Hampshire Communities" prepared 
by the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission, and a handbook on "The Law 
(RSA 155-E) Governing Earth Excavations," prepared by the Southwest Region Planning 
Commission. 

6. Conducted a traffic study relative to the location of the driveway of the proposed Safety Complex. 

7. Provided a copy of "Impact Fee Development, a Handbook for New Hampshire Communities," 
prepared by the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission. 

8. Provided the Auburn Conservation Commission with a copy of the Model Subdivision Regulation 
for Soil-based Lot Size. 

Auburn's Representatives to the Commission are: 
Charles "Stoney" Worster 

Vacant 
Donald Marzlofif, Alternate 

Executive Committee Member: Charles "Stoney" Worster, Secretary 



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Births 



Registered in the Town of Auburn for the year 1999 



Date of Birth 


Name Name of Father Name of Mother 


Jan 3 


Mark Joseph Comeau 


Mark Comeau 


Deborah Comeau 


Jan 25 


Delia Anne Slager 


Timothy Slager 


Christine Slager 


Jan 28 


Hannah Marie Jaques 


Dennis Jaques 


Elise Jaques 


Jan 28 


James Riley Coviello 


Keith Coviello 


Julie Coviello 


Feb 15 


Travis John Fehrenbach 


Edward Fehrenbach 


Velvet Fehrenbach 


Feb 19 


Allison Jo Demirjian 


Gerald Demirjian 


Michelle Demirjian 


Feb 26 


Matthew Laurence Wright 


Mark Wright 


Paula Wright 


Mar 8 


Kyle Christopher Cabral 


Stephen Cabral 


Melissa Cabral 


Mar 26 


Renee Sara Reed 


Ronald Reed 


Sharon Reed 


Apr 2 


Corey Spencer Krochmal 


Brett Krochmal 


Suzanne Krochmal 


Apr 3 


Hayley Lewis Froio 


Joseph Froio 


Leslie Lewis Froio 


Apr 21 


Leah Nicole April 


David April 


Karen April 


Apr 29 


William Stephen Rooney 


Edward Rooney 


Maria Rooney 


Apr 29 


Giuseppe Thomas Stefanile 


Thomas Stefanile 


Laurie Stefanile 


Apr 30 


Tyler Reed Fauteux 


Barry Fauteux 


Lisa Fauteux 


Apr 30 


Becca Ann Fauteux 


Barry Fauteux 


Lisa Fauteux 


May 5 


Matthew John Provost 


Matthew Provost 


Kathleen Provost 


May 6 


Laura Lee Shepherd 


David Shepherd 


Susan Shepherd 


May 8 


Travis Aaron Zuchowski 


Neal Zuchowski 


Kathleen Zuchowski 


May 19 


Megan Patricia Jarvis 


Brian Jarvis 


Pamela Jarvis 


May 27 


Trevor Edward Blanchard 


George Blanchard 


Tashia Blanchard 


May 28 


Addam Michael Guinesso 


Andrew Guinesso 


Shantel Guinesso 


June 3 


David Andrew Russell Browall 


Michael Browall 


Katherine Browall 


June 1 1 


Kyle Matthew Mc Cusker 


Daniel Mc Cusker 


Jennifer Mc Cusker 


June 21 


Deidre Nova Dodge 


Richard Dodge 


Michelle Dodge 


July 5 


Kyle Eric Vachon 


Eric Vachon 


Ann Vachon 


July 14 


Hunter Thomas Graves 


Thomas Graves 


Sharon Graves 


July 23 


Aaron Robert Wietrick 


Ross Wietrick 


Theresa Wietrick 


July 27 


Paul Matthew Dimond 


Paul Dimond 


Debra Dimond 


Aug 9 


Rachael Anne Komisar 


Gregory Komisar 


Laura Komisar 


Aug 31 


Rose Pamela Colvin 


Ronald Colvin 


Regina Colvin 


Sept 1 


Samuel Bauer Smiley 


David Smiley 


Elizabeth Smiley 


Sept 6 


Cheyanne Rae Key 


Nicholas Key 


Kathryn Key 


Sept 9 


Andrew Justin Dennis 


Richard Dennis 


Erin Dennis 


Sept 1 i 


Patrick Bastek 


Roman Bastek 


Teresa Bastek 


Sept 24 


Daniel Lane Degroot 


Robert Degroot 


Kristin Degroot 



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Births 



Date 



Name 



Name of Father 



Name of Mother 



Sept 28 



Allison Barbara Towner 



Richard Towner 



Jennifer Towner 



Oct 3 Matthew Raymond Furgal 

Oct 6 Emily Rose Gagne 

Oct 1 1 Elyssa Cealia Rolfe 

Oct 1 7 Connor Everett Glosner 



Raymond Furgal 
Gregory Gagne 
Gregory Rolfe 
Robert Glosner 



Donna Furgal 
Diana Gagne 
Sharon Rolfe 
Julie Glosner 



Nov 1 1 Sigoumey Lucie Lavoie 

Nov 23 Jordan Stephen Turner 



Roger Lavoie 
Eric Turner 



Kathleen Lavoie 
Wendy Turner 



Dec 19 



Nathan Allen Nelson 



Allen Nelson 



Nancy Nelson 



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Date 

Janl 
Jan 30 

Mar 13 

Apr 10 
Apr 24 

May 1 
May 8 
May 15 
May 15 
May 22 

June 26 



July 3 


July 11 


July 18 


July 24 


Aug 21 


Aug 25 


Aug 28 


Sept 4 


Sept 1 1 


Sept 17 


Sept 18 


Sept 18 


Oct 9 


Oct 15 



Marriages 

Registered in the Town of Auburn for the year 1999 

Groom's Name & Residence Bride's Name and Residence 

Paul M. Dimond, Auburn, N.H. Debra A. Bishop, Auburn, N.H. 

Geoffrey C. Mc Alduff, Aubum,N.H. Patricia R. Hummell, Auburn, N.H. 



John R. Gruff, Auburn, N.H. 

Jacques J. Laurendeau, Aubum,N.H. 
Cedric A. Davis, Auburn, N.H. 

Franklin M. Pierson, Auburn, N.H. 
Henry W. Smith, Wo]feboro,N.H. 
Scott B. Asci, Auburn, N.H. 
Eric S. Seipold, Hampstead, N.H. 
Scot T. Stewart, Auburn, N.H. 



Lorraine K. Ray, Auburn, N.H. 

Lucille R. Breault, Auburn, N.H. 
Gail J. Arthur, Derry, N.H. 

Margaret C. Derry, N.H. 
Shirley M. Baril, Auburn, N.H. 
Kathy-Lee Castle, Auburn, N.H. 
Bonnie J. Titcomb, Auburn, N.H. 
Danielle M. Deschuiteneer, Aubum,NH 



Michael R. Bourque, Auburn, N.H. Heidi J. Pelletier, Auburn, N.H. 

Daniel M. Maillet, Londonderry, NH Colleen P. Coleman, Auburn, N.H. 



Dec 24 



Kurt A. Biller, Auburn, N.H. 
Robert E. Sutton, Auburn, N.H 
Richard E. Paulin, Pembroke, N.H. 

Michael G. Barber, Auburn, N.H. 
Ronald Blanchette, Auburn, N.H. 
Keith A. Babb. Auburn, N.H. 

Jason J. Demers, Auburn, N.H. 
Peter S. Wojnilowicz, Auburn, N.H. 
Peter J. Boudreau, Auburn, N.H. 
Robert P. Sheedy, Auburn, N.H. 
James W. Johnstone, Auburn, N.H. 

Steve G. Fontaine, Auburn, N.H. 
Kevin T. Brown, Auburn, N.H. 

Robert J. Morency, Auburn, N.H. 



Heike Blankenburg, Auburn, N.H. 
Karen Blackman, Auburn, N.H. 
Kristen M. Montoux, Auburn, N.H. 

Lisa A. Houghton, Auburn, N.H. 
Cynthia L. Blanchette, Auburn, N.H. 
Lisa A. Lemay, Auburn, N.H. 

Angela M. Scuderi. Auburn, N.H. 
Michelle R. Houle, Auburn, N.H. 
Elise J. Livingston, Auburn, N.H. 
Roselyn M. Mulhem, Auburn, N.H. 
Lori M. Villeneuve, Auburn, N.H. 

Joanne Hartwich, Auburn, N.H. 
Crissy S. Phaneuf, Manchester, N.H. 

Dianna L. Arsenault, Auburn, N.H. 



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Deaths 



Date 



Registered in the Town of Auburn for the year 1999 
Name Father Mother 



Janl 
Jan 2 


Lorraine T. Remillard 
Sarah E. Komaridis 


Lionel Soucy 
Raymond Cook 


Beatrice Petit 
Leida Burroughs 


Feb 10 
Feb 21 


Shirley A. Smith 
Aurore M. Sutton 


Raymond Barton 
Sauveur Gregoire 


Mary Mehan 
Delima Carriere 


Mar 16 
Mar 16 
Mar 25 
Mar 28 
Mar 28 


John H. Muszynski 
Mildred B. Stevens 
Josephine A. Sowa 
Thomas F. Guy 
Miner L. Preston 


Henry Muszynski 
Harry Borden 
Frank Zapora 
Edward Guy 
Edgar Preston 


Klementyna Marunicz 
Hester Brown 
Honorata Bara 
Mary Ann Wright 
Martie Hawkes 


Apr 12 


Paul S. Wood 


Henry Wood 


Mary Sawyer 


May 10 
May 13 
May 13 
May 19 


Shelton B. Ray 
David H. Barbeau 
Derek Lajoie 
Jocelyn M. Vanni 


Floyd Ray 
Alexandre Barbeau 
Paul Lajoie 
Raymond Jacob 


Unknown Woods 
Domina Noury 
Patricia Woodall 
Therese Bonenfant 


June 7 
June 14 
June 15 


John J. Riik 
Patncia S. Jamroz 
James B. Griffin 


Uljas Riik 
Geroge Sell 
Michael Griffin 


Elinor Healey 
Margaret O'Connor 
Jane Johnston 


July 14 
July 22 


Elzire L. Griffin 
Nellie Jamroz 


Alphonse Bilodeau 
Michael Tomasik 


Marie Laverdiere 
Blanche Brach 


Aug 13 


Steven Plantier 


Steven Plantier 


Louise Lacroix 


Sept 17 
Sept 26 


James C. Wood 
Thomas J. Pascucci 


Henry Wood 
James Pascucci 


Mary Sawyer 
Grace Cappello 


Oct 30 


Joseph A. Ficek 


Albert Ficek 


Josephine Stawisz 


Nov 28 


Dorothy M. Emery 


John Letson 


Helen Brainard 


Dec 18 


Edna G. Samson 


George Sansoucie 


Emelia Martel 



107 



** NOTES ** 



** NOTES ** 











CALENDAR FOR 2000 






January 


July 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S ; S 

1 

8 2 


M 


T W T 


F 


S 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


3 


4 5 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 9 


10 


11 12 13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 1 16 


17 


18 19 20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 j 23 


24 


25 26 27 


28 


29 


30 


31 










t 30 


31 








February 


August 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T W T 


F 


S 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 






1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12] 6 


7 


8 9 10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 , 13 


14 


15 16 17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 20 


21 


22 23 24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 








! 27 

1 


28 


29 30 31 












March 










September 






S 


M 


T 


w 


T 


F 


S j S 


M 


T W T 


F 


S 








1 


2 


3 


4| 






1 


2 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 ' 3 


4 


5 6 7 


8 


9 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 j 10 


11 


12 13 14 


15 


16 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 1 17 


18 


19 20 21 


22 


23 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




24 


25 


26 27 28 


29 


30 


April 


October 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T W T 


F 


S 














1 


1 


2 


3 4 5 


6 


7 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 11 12 


13 


14 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 1 15 


16 


17 18 19 


20 


21 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 22 


23 


24 25 26 


27 


28 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 29 


30 


31 






30 












1 
1 










May 


November 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


S 


M 


T W T 


F 


S 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 






1 2 


3 


4 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


5 


6 


7 8 9 


10 


11 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 12 


13 


14 15 16 


17 


18 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 19 


20 


21 22 23 


24 


25 


28 


29 


30 


31 








26 


27 


28 29 30 






June 


December 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 
1 


F 
2 


S 
3 


S 


M 


T W T 


F 
1 


S 

2 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


3 


4 


5 6 7 


8 


9 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


10 


11 


12 13 14 


15 


16 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


17 


18 


19 20 21 


22 


23 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 




24 

31 


25 


26 27 28 


29 


30